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Iowa City, Iowa, Sunday, Jan. 19, 1941-Five Cenls


I'~ales Asked

Ta/madge Says He Will Abide by Court Decision Hawks Travel '

1o Up Aid 1o Jobless

------~. Cherbourg Decision Toughest Says 'Ike'



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Ellis Arnall Gives Way

Faced 90 Percent Casualties, Defeat In Frendl Landing

Social Security Board Seeks State Coverage Of 11 Million Work~rs


No. 99-AP News and Wirephoto


Spring is a little early this year. Fair and continued mild today with the high near 50 and the low about


New Labor Bills to Flood Into Congress As Senate Committee Begins Hearings

400 Dro'wn As Ship Sinks In Yangtze




Half Million Police

Guard Polish Polls



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Stul Men Optimistic CLEvELAND (.4»- Steel operltora have less fear of a strike in Iht Industry this yea l' than hereIglore and are planning production .chedulea on the basis of \II!lhterrupted output, the maga- A LONE SPECTATOR examln" a 81·toot flnb.ak ",/lale washeel alhore at Truro, Man., Jut n"ht, the &bit Steel declared 1esterdar.. fourtb fta~~I.., mamma••tranded .n Cape Cod .... ce ...t Nnember. (AP WlRBPBOTO)


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ATLANTA (JPj-Herman T a 1madge said last night that if Georgia courts hold that he is not entitled to the governorship to which the legislature elected hl~ he will abide by the decision. He reiterated, however, his con_ tention "that the courts do not have jurisdiction" over the controversy which has resulted in three rival claims to the executive office in the past five days. • • • Talmadre's statement follow4ed the swearing in yesterday of M.E. Thompson as lieutenant governor and Thompson's subsequent announcement ,hat he considered hlJJ18elf acting governor of Geo",la. •


British Say Mines

So:np~:~~~~::laint Against Balkan Nation To Security Council

To Thompson

CHICAGO (A>l-General of the WASHINGTON (JP)-The social *urity administration yesterday Army Dwight D. ' Eis~nhower's caUed upon the states to provide "most difficult" decision in World "more adequate" unemployment War II was ordering two divisions Insurance in 1947 by extending of air-borne troops to land at eoverage to more than 11,000,000 Cherbourg in the face of advice new workers and upping maxi- their casualties would range from mums on benefits and duration ot 75 to 90 percent, the Chicago Daily payments. News said in a copyright story In a companion appeal, Arthur yestel·day. J. Altmeyer, commissioner for soThe newspaper saia General cial security, pointed out that Eisenhower made the disclosure "almost $7,000,000,000 will have in answp.~· to d direct question been accumulated in state unem- when interviewed yesterday by ployment funds" when most state 165 high school editors and reItlislatures meet this year, and porters known as the Keen Teen added: group, sponsored' by the Daily "There is general agreement News. The newspaper said Gen · that these funds are sufficient for eral Eisenhower gave· this version • more adequate program.' of his problem: ~he principal social security I Before the invasion of France \'eC()mmendations caU for: it had been decided that a l~nd1. Extellliion of uneJn]lloyment ing at Cherbourg was nl'Cessary Insurance coverage to such em- because a port was essential for ployes as those in small firms, supplying troops. The landing slate and local governments, agri- troops, however, faced the prosculture, non-profit institutions pect of being slaughtered unless and domestic jobs. the invaders could first gain cor,Z. AdelUlonal benefits to work- trol of causeways leading tl'c·m m with dependents so that maxi- the strip of sand called Ut~h 'beach mum weekly payments, for work- to the mainland. Air·borne troops ers whose past earnings entitle were decided upon as the only so· them to it, will be at least $25. lution. The story added: SSA said only seven states have "Six days before the sC'heduled this maximum. landing an adviser and personal 2. AllOwing payments for as friend of the General pleaded with lIIIlch as 26 weeks for all eligible him not to send paratroopers and wurkers whose unemployment ex- glider units ~n the mission. ItI\ds for that long. All workers "'Casualties to glider troops ~ eligible for this maximum in would be 90 percent before they Iriy one state, the agency said. ever reached the ground," he told l Relalu~tlon of disqualification the general. "The killed and wounprovisions so that "voluntary leav- ded among the paratroopers would in, without good cause, discharge be 75 percent.'" ELLIS ARNALL, rovernor of Georrla for the last fDur years, announces his reslrnation as rovemor 01 lor misconduct, or refusal of "Four days before the invasion Georrla effective as of 10:50 a.m. yesterday when U. Gov. M. E. Thompson was sworn In. Arnan follUitable work should entail mere- the general still was undecided. lowed the announcement with a radio address to the people of Georrla. in which he denounced TaI, poslponement of benefits for The fate of the war then seemed madge's "military coup d'etat" and put his talth In ihe cburts .t o 8t,alghten out Georrla's gubernatorial 1\0\ more than 4 or 5 weeks, and to hinge on control of the cause- troubles. (AP WIREPHOTO) not cancellation of benefit rights ways between the beach and the of reduction of benefits." mainland. 5. Expansion ot social Insurance "The general decided that the protection by providing for a sys- risk must, be taken. Failure, ~e tern of cash benefits to individuals knew, would result not only m when they are sick or temporarily great loss of life, it also would C\isabled. mean his own loss of ,position Ilnd .. Definition of food cause for reputation. WASHINGTON (JP) - A new question of a closed shop in each voluntary leaving or for refusing "The end of the story \fas reIUltable work 10 include personal corded Jong ago at Cherbourg. The batch of labor bills will spurt into plant depend entirely on whether leasons not merely causes aUrI- air·borne troops were landed with congress next week as the senate two-thirds of the employes want labor committee opens a many- it. butable'to the job or the employer. only 8 percent casualties." 6. Senator Ball (R., Minn.), who sided hearing. If stales adopted the proposal Many congressmen are looking has introduced three bills already, to extend coverage, SSA, estima ted • -, to the testimony starting Thurs- will offer a fourth, to change the 11 would bring unemployment ben· Mayor O'Dwyer Sends SHANGHAI (JPj-Possibly 400 labor relations act. efits to about 3,400,000 persons in Bananas to Dying Poet day-and to the house labor com- Wagner 7. Senator Morse (R., Ore.) also Chinese drowned yesterday when ,mall firms; 2,800,000 state and • • mittee hearing that may start the local government workers; 2,500" NEW YORK (JP)-Three hands following week - to help them is writing a bill to amend the a small Yangtze river steamer collided with a lighter and sank off 000 agricultural workers, and 2,- of bananas, about thr('e dozen in form opinions on complex ques- Wagner act. 8. Senator Ellender (D.. La.) Woosung. 100,000 domestic workers, employ- all, left here today in a rush air tions. Here are some of the bills yet to will introduce legislation for an .. of non-profit institutions and shipment from Irish Mayor WilSix hundred or more survivors, others. Ham O'Dwyer to a dying Irish be offered - most of them the independent mediation board and for amending the Wagner act. brought to Shan.ghaj and joined next week: The agency said the maximum poet. Ball, Morse and Ellender are by relatives of victims, angrily be· 1. Senator Ferruson (R., Mich.) duration for benefits range from The emergency shipment, due to 14 to 26 weeks 'in the individual arrive in Shannon airport tomor· is nearly ready with his much- members of the senate labor com- sieged the Chinese ship operators' office and threatened to tear it 'tates, while the maximum pay' row morning, was sped on its way discussed bill for a system of la- mittee. glent! range !nm $15 tu $3~, we('k- alter Mayor O'Dwyer received a bor courts to settle disputes. apart be:(ore hastilY'swnmoned po%. Rep. -Landis (R., Ind..) of the 17. except for Connecticut wherE' c:.blegram from John McCann, the IliC;h~u~~~~~:e:~s the Chekiang, house labor committee will intro- Wages of Sin Go Up; I\'o\;;ers witl dependents get a Lord Mayor of Dublin. bound up river to Nantung with ,12 minimum, SSA said. I "Poet Eoghan Roe Ward dying," duce tomorrow a bill designed to Prisoner Asks $l87,750 - - -- - -' _ about 1,000 passengers. - - - - -- - - - the cablegram stated. "Bananas prevent industry-wide strikes in • DES MOINES (JPj- A claim Off Woosung, where the Whangmay sav(! life. Is it possible to send essential industries like steel and coal. for $187,750 has been filed with poo from Shanghai joins the Yang· some bj air?" 3. Chairman Hartley (R., N.J.) the stijte appeals board by Geo- tze estuary, the ship collided with Further details concemlng Ward or his illness were not available of the house labor committee plans rge H. Gibson ot Thayer, an in- one of two steel lighters being Ii. bill restricting union activities mate of the Fort Madison penit- towed by a tug and went down here. in several ways. entiary since 1926. almost immediately. 4. Senator James Murray (D., Survivors charged that the CheGibson, who is serving a Ji[e WARSAW (JPl- A high govern- Red Cross Name. Head Mont.) and other Democrats are :term fOr the murder of a Union kiang was badly overloaded and ~t official charged last night WASHINGTOW (JPj - Harvey working on legislation to carry out county deputy sheriff, bases hrs that the tug ignored signals to lI1al the entire underground was D. Gibson, New York financier, President Truman's proposals, in- claim on labor he has performed alter course. mobilizing to support the opposi- will nead the 1947 Red Cross fund eluding the prohibition of juris- at the prison. He asks compensapolice launch from Woosung tion Polish peasant party in to- campaign. to be conducted in dictional strikes. tion, at the rate of more than made many trips, rescuing laril! day's pa~Jiamentary elections, the March . 5. Senator McCarthy (Roo Wis.) $9,000 a year, and contends he numbers of persons in the water . Ql1t since 1935, and ordered a The American Red Oross, an- Is nearly ready with his bill to has been in " involuntary servi- In the confusion, estimates of the /taU million security police and nouncing this J!esterday, set th~ eliminate what he calls certain tude or slavery" and that he has dead ranged from 400 to 100. (Pas· Jl!ilitiamen to guard the polls. goal at $60,000,600. closed shop "abuses" and make the been wrongfully imprisoned. senger lists ordinarily are not kept Vice-premier Stanislaw Mikolaf " such short river trips, so that kzk, peasant leader, handed the 6S·FOOT WHALE WASHED UP ON SHORES OF CAPE COD E;'GlI:t casualties never be • • ",ba8ladors ot the United States, kMwn.) Brilain and Russia a new memorandum citing alleged terrorism ~l' the secret police and mass ON THE INSIDE directed aeainst his party ~bel'll, He said the Yalta and KILROY to make home ;n. 'Olldam agreements guaranteeing Iowa Cily ....... : .. page 3 delllOcratic elecilons had been q~lI'ant1y violated and that "this Q1'UDENT HOUSING hanClrinot be a tree and unfettered

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NEW YORK (JPj-The British government disclosed yesterday it would present to the United Na. tions security council a contention that mines were sown a mile off the coast of Albania within the tast eigh t months. Two British destroyers struck mines in .the Corfu channel Oct. 22 with a loss of 44 lives, and London has med a complaint against Albania with the council, demanding an apology and compensation ror property and Jives. Comdr. E.R.D. Sworden of the "c'miralty said British minesweeperr. went to work in the channel three weeks after the October inci(!ent and turned up 22 freshlyI;:(d 'nn es. He saii el'idence in the possession of his gO\7~rl1lr,e:1t, cenf(: med by neutnl observers, e,l .. t"'fhed that the wl':lpons had bl'\.I' laid at most six mul'ths before the date of the sweeping. . TIt~ British. charge t'lat Alban· la lmd the mmes, wn, t. were of a lY!le left behind by thc G~rmans I dU;.... g the retreat fcom the Bal.

Simultaneously with Thompson's qualification Ellis Arnall re. '. SIgned the gubernatorial post which ;'e had claimed. fo~ nearly a week beyond the expJratJon date k':' I:J of his four-year .t erm. Albania flatly deni'lJ reJPonsiTalmadge, prevlOusly charged by /jili!y for the minl'3, hinted t!1~t Arnall with planning to disregard (J\")C"e was to blame, and in turn any action of the courts in the protested against ~ritish invasion contest, said in last night's state- of her territorial waters. ment that he did not believe the The case was expected to come courts would "attempt to rule up for full debate after the counwhen ~hey have looked into the cll reachE!s a decision on all Am· suit I am intormed Mr. M. E' erican appeal to put off the whole Thompson will file." question of arms reduction until "There are three branches of Feb. 4. The United States dclcgathe government," he continued, I tion apparently has enough to put "as everyone knows, and under though its request at the n~xt our constitution the duty of elect- council meeting tomorrow aItel'ing the governor and the methods noon. therefor are given entirely to the legislative branch ... Marshall to Be Sworn in • • WASHINGTON (/Pl- Gen. "That II why I have consis- George C. Marshall will be sworn tently maintained that the courts in as Secretary of State at the do not have jurisdiction. Bul, White House at 10 a.m. (CST) should I be wron&" I will ot Monday. course abide by the cpurts' de ~ eislon, as would any other lawabldln&' citizen of the state."



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To Purdue


Hoosiers Erase Iowa's Halftime 24·15 Lead As Hamilton Gets Hot r..... (Ul Ie tI WIer . I 1 3 Malln'ISOn. f l O Jorgen.en. c 5 1 H . Wllk" g I I Spencer. g 5 4 Ives, f 5 0 Metcalf. c 1 1 Danner. f 0 0 Tolal,

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HaU-t lme score : low. 24. Indiana I~ Free throws missed: Iowa - Wier 2, Magnusson 2, Jorgensen 2. H . WHkinson 2. Ive.. Indlana- Rltler 3, WIlliams 2, Watson 2.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (JP)-The University of Iowa Hawkeyes dropped their second conference game last night as the Indiana Ho· osiers put on a second half rally to wipe out a halftime 24-15 Iowa lead and win a 50-48 lhriller at Bloomington. The Hawks are faced with the necessity of shaking off their loss in time to take on Purdue tomorrow night at Lafayette. Last night the Iowa team raced to a neat halftime lead as Diok Ives broke loose in the closing minutes of the frame with eight points. The second half was a~ nother story as Indiana's Ralph Hamilton put on a one-man basket splurge to put the Hoosiers in the lead and keep them there. Jack Spencer, veteran guard, played his best offensive game of the YMr to net 14 pOints to lead the Hawks. Noble Jorgensen made 11 of the Iowa total and Ives hit for ]0. Wier was held to one basket and five points and Herb Wilkinson was stymied with three points. Hamilton paced the Hoosiers with 21 points. The game was lost on the free throw line where the Hawks muf_ fed nine chances while Indiana fluffed away only seven while converting 14 into points. From (See IOWA GAME, page 4)

Iowan Invents Haircutting Machine

Thompson had said earlier he would demand that Talmadge surrender the governor's offices at the rapltol and.. the ececutive mansion. Talmadge, elected by the legislature in the early hours of Wednesday morning after a tumultous 16-hour session, took physical posession of the capitol and mansion Thursday after ousting Arnall. Thompson, former educator and doctor of philosophy, took his oath of office at 10 :50 a.m. in the 1most deserted senate chamber.

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Thompson said he would con·' Iront Talmadl'e tomorrow In the executive office ~ and demand that he .urrender the rovemor· ship. "If I do not see him then," continued Thompson (Monday Is Robert E. Lee's birthday and a leral holiday In Georrla) "I will Hee him Tuesday, and If not then, then at the earliest pos.lble opportunity."

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at a press conlerence if he could evict the rival govemor£ Thompson replied: "Just yet don't have a strong military at my back, but I shall follow up my demand ." Thompson 'Said until he was granted access to the executive offices, he would occupy offices of the senate president, just off the senate chamber. I Thompson said his first official act was to direct the attorney general to continue suit to enjoirl Talmadee from exercising authority of lovernor. The litigation was tiled originally in the name DAVENPORT (/Pl-W.A. Sneed,'from thp scalp with a comb and of ArnaIJ, as governor. , a barber, says he has the answer srllppin~ it off with a scis~ou. tor those who want to cut their A kllob is used to adjusi the In repl, to a new. confer. I own hair at home. ence queatlon. ThDmpson ..Id Sneed's answer is an automatic ll·.cchdnism to the pat t of the he would aDt hesitate to call for hair-cutting machine. head Leing trimmed. lederal Intervention ., It be"Th(' machine can cut anyone's He says it's Simple enou&:h so came neeeasal')', 'but he empha. that anyone Irom a 6-yeal'-uld on hail' regardless 01 the Gllcl ness, ailed "I do not think ~.t will up can give nill'self a go or! haircut wpve, length or style ot ~alrcut be neeeanr,." \\ 6n~l)d," he says. without practi"e Slleed said yesterday his Inv~n. ·'!t is impQ~~jble for the person ArnaH, in announcing his resig- lIsin.G it to m~ke a ml~hke and tion iR ready to twirl am1 all he nation in favor of Thompson, ap. CHt :l nva'fh ot I'air off their head," needs is a manufacturer to pro. pealed to the people of Georlia to Sn('e i , .. ·.I-,ins. c!uce it. carry nn the fllht. Tr.c device i, intendd to dUll ' He aded he doesn't expect it to SaId Arnall: "Georgia will lose IIc.-ttl the movements a barber's put relUlar barbers out of btUf: (See' GEORGIA, pale 6) h~nds 10 throulh in littlnl hair ness.

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Sunday, January 18, 1147 mmunique was replac:tN bY' BIII\4tt b4t Q.UtlinadJ in terms ot.resill IIut pr.i11l~ re&peIIslbilJ~ft>r Ultorlal OWe. .................... . tln :~.~... ~~~~.... ~~,;t~~.=.iimi-~~.~t~~~1 diplomatic note. alternatives or failures. The Job to fighting such a drift toward inerUNIVERSITY CALENDAR ~ otftN ..... . ................ 4lJ3 ItJrIt B. Porter. A. CnJc BaiId, Paul • Colored pins on maps lost their be accomplished by the statesmen tia. Our vigilance can foster and OUoD, K.thJ')'1l La........ Dorthea D.vIdIIiMIrtPtlOA -"-117 mall. 16 _ IOn. WWiML BuUer. Kenneth 8m.Ilh. BIlla As grave chaUen"e conlronts fascination. for us. National and or the world is not one whkh so promote a concentration of mind· Thu~y,Jan.%3 . I _day. Jan. 21 JawceU. ..-: . . an1Ir. 11 ceDta waUq, • ~ international issues lraw more dif- easily captivates the imaginlltion power on the- vitotl iasues at home John Cit,izen, 1947. 2-5 p.rn. l{eos~ton-Cralt !el, 4:45 Jl m. Phi Beta Kappa iniPUbllalaed ddT bcepl 1ItIna7. lao ..... _ _ "luo ....0 ....tter at u.e As the peoples 01 the world ficult to,ze 8I\d. our interestr cd the average newspa(>el' t:eader. and abroaQ. We must never cea~ univerJity club. While the Philippines- C8I1lJlllign to J.1Calize tIlet oW' destiny is be, tiation, s8llate cbaJJlber, Old Cain world atfairs began to wane. -ao«* rio Jaw. Oity. Iow•• und.. sa. 3:3q p.m. General bus~ grope tor peace and our own na· EDl'IQIUAL BOARD . . at CGII""" of Yareh S. 1m. sustained 1):ont page he<ldJines for ini' shapeq by " complex ~Lterll pitol. o • • meetina, University Club. QIM GooUrja. Wuu... A. . . . . . tion striv~ fQr successful postseveral months, the United J!.(Btions of events w,bici) require car~ul, fiInII Dav . . . . ~ 1:. Deqja, EIlITOIUAL STAPF 6:15 . p.m. Phi Be.ta Kappa ban5:3~ p.m. Annual tournalll9l SGlMbow. the _tlal ID- ma.v tum up on page one- today acn:urate, mature interpretation. In .a.e GOod...... .. ............... ..utI.oJ. lII(ar readjuatment, the news {)enquet, aiver. r,oom, lowa Union. SIMIl .....Un.. . _u...,¥ilIa ......... Men...." UUDt dulum otten swing$ in a, stronae, gred~ at peace ~ to. and buUe.t supper, Triallile cIIIb. -~--=----__I X.lth ~ .............. ctJy Editor and pap twelve tomorrow. Our the realm qf contempor/lr;Y Iff" • Sunday. Jan. 26. Jan. 21 &he ~-eleam_ &la. OOu- jaded appetite for news of int~· filiI'S, constant, relentless. inquiry BUIIDfI:SS 8T APT !leverly a.-o" ....... AlIt. CIt)' E41to.r peculiar rhythm. 12:00 rn. Luncheon, UniversHy 8 p. m. Iowa Mountaineers: n. acCerlud the major dlfficuItles national politics and world gov- into the background of the np.w~ i~ "'all, IItrInttwn ... . . . .Busln_ M.n ....r LoDoU p~ .)(n .... p.p ..............t ~lltolOt II gave us headlines World War Ph,w.. . . . . . . . . . AM&. Ad". MaIlDllel' re.. ~nn • .. ....... ~ .... r Justrated lecture: "Amazon Jungle before us at MIdWay. Teheran, ecnment reiardt; the dlWeloplD4lllt iudi$pemable to foces&ghted iGier- Club. • - out •• ~ Bob Co\lIno .. ...... .. ...... Sparta IilIU1Al. '1'om B 'me. .......... . -y ..... _er Dee Scheclltman . .. ........ Society £<Iltor in tecms of battles, armies, fleets, 7:30 p. m. Iowa section, Ameri- Tribes," by Lewis N. Cotlow, Normandy or Yalta. Dlc_ Deel<er ......... ClassillecI M~ Dick D.vla ............... . PhOlo £<IitOI communiques. We were jolted in· a! effective peace machinery. r.retation. CIIn Chemical sQ&iety: Addres~ by chemistry auditDrium. Berti Oloon ......... ClreulaUDo I4IuJqv Don Padilla ......... Wlrepboto 0 _ _ to a news·consciousnefll never beUnlll8lt each of us makes a pero • Dr. L. P. Adrieth on "NitroJan, Z'J fore ' experienced and our thirst rt is infinitely more difficult to sonal ellort to ourb th~ tendeltcy SUNDAY. JANUARY 1', 1147 ,11ft Compounds;" cilemiBtry audi7:30 p. m. Meeting of Iowa M(I ftal'" en .... 8 "art 01 .... b ... for stories from every front be- wage peace in the Atomic Ale to take fQI: grIUlted certain daib' ,totium. tion, American Association of Uni. came elmOlIt' un· than it waa to wage Worlsi Wac happenings in the realm of worJ. eft.a. IM7, &0. m ... t til&. oII!\I Wednesday, Jan. ZZ versity Professors, senate cba... lenre at modern lIews lute ... quenchable. OnII. Our new secretary of state, affairs and gloss over seemingly ., 8 n.m. Meetinlf of Si/lJlla Xi. ber, Old Capitol. ce condltionea, it General of the Army George C. routine. issues in domestic events, l'tcUltion un onl,. mean that sponsored by department of geoTuesday, be baa shlrked. bis reaponslbUity was not cur n_s _ _ will become riiaMarshall, faces greater problem. ology, Room 306, Geology bUlld2 p.m .partner bridge, Univer. for us to grail? now than ne did during the lI!41 · torted. That happ.ned in the- iv hla na6lltlL ADtl Wa wwld. sity club. . in,. Twenty-nine people died hurriedly put in use didlL't the mHitary ! ig45 ~iaclj wilen. be became ona ot tWlmties and thirtUis, when we Saeb f~11Ift wUl . . ~Ie bana, ...... 00IIJIInC . . . . . the in ail'plaue Cl'aslJ lw;t BUll- have any of thOOl iUlitalled. nificance of an the cbjef. architects ot allied vie- found. ourselves unabla to inter· day I air attack on ToExpanding service has 8180 to ry- OVtl' t.aaciIm. pret correctly the crucial trends oemnwm baa.NItt ~ ........ ,vecwhMe. kyo or tho politi~ in the news. AI:i It rcsult of this tartling been hampered by the inade· The Ileoenilt BOd adm~1t cal implications An alert citizenry can encour.. .. .. whose nam86 became luwBebold bit of news congre ' m 11 al'e of airport and terminal OENER~L NOllCIiS of a Big Three If we ignore ij)& cltallall~, we. worda betw_ ~l I:Du:bor and ac. responSible, fortright decl.. calling for a special house in- aDd the. obsolete conlexence. Hiroshima spent weeks. months.. sjons on the part ot publJc offl· linont Q.,r duti,eft a.!. qi~ if!. a vestigation and prociaillling traffic control methods still MEETINGS dressed to the secretary of Cohill!. With the end DENNIS years out Opes:atioA pl,aOlt cials. But those meo. ot. high of. ,democ(!atil: !lOlliI'll'. ~ iqeals Trying to cope with loudly that people ore becom· in u Phi DeUa. Kappa - Tuesday, 6 bia uni'.:ersity, Mr. Philip M. Raj. of hostilities- came a natural emo· and aaJIllhibwws attacks Altenaate flee in the executiv~ aod lUieJJl.- mUllt be- liUP~L'*l IJY lI; ~el'ej ing afraid to fly. But let's the increased h'af(ie under tional reaction and a subsequent schedules were draWl). up for use tive branches of Qur IOvel'DJ1Ulot ViiO~WI effort tR ilnai~':1;Il' thlt pat- I?m.. dinner at the private dining den, Columbia university, New lQOk at the flWt . the present system is like revaluation of ideals and stand- in cue 8I\J'thini occurred to de-- will D8£essarily fail in thei.l' tn~k!I . tern. at current events ao ttat WI! 'room of Iowa Union. J. S. Ebert York City. Eleven of U10se 29 people trying to nUl the cOUlltry's Candida tes are expe4!tec\ to &lib. ards. Global war gave way to ci· stroy the tactical. e.w.:iency: of the if pubUc opinion becomes sta&nant can hell,) g\Jjqe tJle QtOpl. o~ thE will use ' slides in discussing or indiHerent. wor1 d «.:1>;:mJ r"..;ur41. enduri'lg "Mount_ineering A d v e· ntures" !pit the applicatiohs and suppgrt· wel'e killed in cra he or pri- railroads out of a whistle stop vil war. auault troops became main assault Sign name in education office by ing documents. Application .blankJ U'poll us, as citaens, therefore, peace. occ:upation torc85, and the battle Blu.prints !Dr puce, bowever, vate planes, ueh aceid nt . with. one siding, and only a Monday noon. are available in the college of lib. Ilre bound to increase witll an few signalmen w.a ving flags ----------------------------~--~~~~-Society for General Semantics eral arts, room 108, Schaeffer haD. iocrea in flying, ju t as here and there in a feebl atTHE WORLD WATCH, 'Fu~ay, 8 p.m., room W7(H, East. Letters of recommendation sbollJd automobile aecidents inct'ease tempt to keep traffic from hall. Discussion of "The Concepts be mailed direct to the universJr, jamming up. when there are mol' cars. of Space and Time as a General by the writers. The airport bill passed la t 'rho other 1 died when an These fellowships are aw"rded' Introduction to ' the Theory of uil'liner crashcd in Virginia. slimmer to aid cities in im· Relativity" led by Chandler annually to persons of the Cauca• .A II thi., added to the crashes pL'oving their airports will Screven. sian race, either sex, born in the during the holidays, is a help ome, when and if widestate of Iowa, who have been PQ.D FUN(lH READING heavy blow to an industl'Y alpread cOll8tJ'UCtiOll gets ungraduated from a college or uni· EXAM instantly being inslLited or deIIJDUS ptQvides an answer ill his• •W IlbcW....._ llIe ...... Ing , By STEVE PARK ready 'u Hering finaneially derway. Meanwhile the eivil The Ph.D. French reading ex- versity located in Jowa, and seOaii)' Iowa» Columnlat nounced . . . . ~aUi Qf I;Ir~Qt day poli~ ' ..............ct. ....... )':ears, fl.·om over optimistic expan- aeronautics administration is lected because of their scl\olarr Too many Americans today <V... tbe II_tAM 01 ta. tlwulnt. Thill is b.ia anaJ.ysis and .. . . . . . . Ia. aM . . -em- aminlltiQn will be given Satur- ship, seriousness of purpose, moral ~on. in tailing landing. systems at day from 10-12 am. in room ~ 01 . . . . . . ~tOIl look upon Europe as a dead de.....t.i8Il at JIIUl> .... ., his solU1:ien) character and need of financial Civil air transport wa ' airports, and worlrin bard shell, a pock-marked hovel mr PQer&&iOIl . . . . . . . . . "It ia a.vidQtU t.ba1: pcHi~1l. ..~ wut 1M ill ...... We 314, Schaeffer hall. PlesEe make assistance. Incumbents are eligible heavily o\'er 'old dUl'in~ the on the traffic COll trol probapplication to take this examinawherein reside the faceless mul- renera.lilon wbiell DOW . . . . . . thoucttt finds itself surpasseci< ' -.t ... ~ ...... open 16 (or re:lppointment. No Roberta W81·. Military achievement I ro , hoping to get a better .... lIe..... IIJI)re ao.Q' ~ by tJ'Ie ~ of ~ IIlvl- tion by signing your name to the fellows may pursue, as majors~ the titudes who neither think nor the _ cllungecl the attitude of the system in operation before aM!... . eveats . .. It suffl$es t,o pow out lit.. wtH be- list posted on the bulletin board studies of law, medicine, dentl .. see, who have been transIormed and an U"hac _ g n ral public towards fly· 81lOther winter. by terror and hatred into brutal like .miJaa1s. <BUem"" fer- I h.e~ that. fOr prac.t~el p;w:pDSIt8, . . . . . .~ ........... " .... unl- outside roQm 307, Schaef!er hall. try, veterinary medicine, or ~ ing, but tne airlin s tb lU'1'he ail'lines' safety rccord, Nd applications will be accepted soulles. automan~, and believing bids bumanUJ' aad b - . biah poliijcs tlXIay pretltn~ tIlat ........Melt .... J)J!ev",," ology. Each fellowsMp prpvides after 't Jiu(sday. added fuel to the fire cOIl~ideriug all this, is 1'0this, they are beginning to ignore thODl'ht. . . w....a la .... it can relJulaf2 tb.e J;l.l'OIP:86S' ot • byeh'Cspromising • • • an annual stipend of $1100. The almol;t magic m8rkubJe. the warnings from that earthly In. Gtt 01 IUtenl veiH. ... the w.~rlji bY' meflllS ot prim:~I.eB- . .urh.. prE)blell)S, whicQ. 11118.0 posej STUDENT HOUSING (ellows also receive once, and transpOl'tation to any part or 'fhe 1946 record is th.e b t of confllct and disaster. slluW- UII 01 UIienI IIIiId. Ito.rmed 1J1 the It.iCh~~ CtlltuvY : b~ the d,ht of veW tod.ltY are 1'be student hQusing bureau once :)Oly, the cost of transport.· the world as soon as the war ~iJlce 1939. ALmost 7 billion There is a tendency to turn our Camus calla t.bIa ijIe iIIIIIUIII) 011. the 814& wb.ic- bad.vQcstes li.J).; . \>ecaUS8< the majorities QC n.eeds privata. home listings for the tion from Iowa to NE;W York ind wa. ov I'. passengel' miles were flown in backs upon Europe, to give up The a..tI at t>be ..... ..... eral capitalism, and fQl't)1ed in the rni.\loriti4tl ...bicb. ~ IM.4;Il other many ~w studen~s requesting return. In accepting the award the 111 ot'dpt' to accommodate 1946 with 79 flltal ities, for a because there seem to be so lew dMllDll 11& the. 10 ...... nineteellth celltury; on the side ; in th$l tlnihKi &tioP.s llN false. ' li,ving quarters. Persons who will holder must state his purJ1os~ to tl1 inCrell!;ed demand for ail' rate of 1.24 fatalities per 100 in Europe who believe any loni- centinu. Ilvib. La tenet:,""'" ·which. adV04!Bt«& the so-clllled.Soviet ~a ~' will 'lave have rooms available for the se- return to the sta Ie of Iowa for I tI'avel which thm, l'1 11 re· million millIS. In 1945, whll11 er in freedom. who have ideals a~ I~ ~, ......... sclenti.& soeialllgn. In the Urst tbe t.Q. d.eny the blw ot the conQ. semester are asked to call ex- period of at least two years fol· which reach above the stomach, do Dot wlab 10 a. ..,.... U bJ case, an ideoloU, bQto in. tile majodty Ilmce i.~ \fUI 0. a ma- tension 274. Rooms and apart- lowing the completion of his stq. duced fares, b"ought ubout. only about half as many miles who are willing to rebuild. the nil'lin .<; expanded so f8~t were flown, the fatality ral~ method& wbleh subUKu" . . . . fit:St .rears of llloc!.em iDdusb'lal.i- ~ jority 01 m.i(l.ister$ '~edors) lIlents fo! married couples as well dies at Columbia University. Recently there has been a de- ano.ttleJ: twa:~ . • • Immediately after March 1 the . that 'ervice and Rarety stand- was 2.14. 7I&tion. and. in. ~ secowi t:lWSe, !l !¥1d DQt a J»lQod~ oj ~l.e rcp- a!l rooJtls for single men and wospair about France, the traditional colleges will be nOJlfie4 'of the "(But the death must b.e de. .doctrine c:ont~poranequs' with. rtSeo1'Itd ".y theb' de~,at.s and m~n stUdents are in demand. acd.s could not be k pt up. If we are to face facts it seat of liberalism aPl?llcants from each Instttutlori' stroyed, despite the cl)allenga ot Oet:winian lWolu.t.i.on and Vicl;<;r St.QI::e, strictly: S~', all peoMany new safety device, i'i still stati ticaJly safe I' to and ' in Europe, and requested to furnish cotnp11'ithe extremists that it is a necesian optimiam., proposeto meet : pIes wiJl UQt be ~88el)ted. BeCOLLEGE TRANSFERS ouch 8J:I GCA radar lalidin~ get a.board a commercial airmany would . sary evil attendant i'p the achieve-- the e~enciAts 01. ~b.e eJ:a. oJ. the tore such. a lI)8jcrL1:J( C<U). exist, Students who intend to trans- tlve rati~s. ~ quipment, had bcen pet·liner than to get into your <:at fer to another college of the unisert that ment of Social Utopia, Camus ao..atolll lNnxb, sud.<OOl cbaQ&llt ~c.' "£.11 ws.tioo. O'lUllt ~ree tQobey 1'('eted, but the planes so fot' a Sunday afternoon l·ide. swers.) It must be admitted . . . llihiliaro. Nothint IlQUlA illustrtne t or to ~~act its Ie.w; is, each sity at the beginning of the sem- VETERANS' IN'rB1J.RU2'nON since the that a rl\{usal to legithnb:e tile better tIle evet' widening pp I must 4eclar~ openly> its willing- ester should fill out separate apmWlist par t FOR~ plication, record and admission J captured the redeath forces us to re-examine our whid\ nas grown up ~en po- ness to submtt to ciomination. Veterans under P.L. 34.fl; tile statements in the registrar's office. • I!D RATHER BE RIGHT c e n t election. idea of. Utopia . . . Utopia is a liPcal thinking and h1atoric. re"n znus.t Qe pointed out, foe 0 - This peltains to students chang-, G.l. bill, who are leavini tpe ulli· Yet even with ample, that th.e ~ench. c"ustitl,i- in, from liberal arts to pharmacy, versity at the end of the preselt OQDtradiction of reality. FrOQl this alilrl the seem! ng triviewl?Oint, it certainly would be. "We concentra1Je our tbl.n~ HOIl can ge ju.d&ed only in. the engineering or the graduate eol- semester, either throu&h <:o.mM umph of exl.reUtopian to hope tba~ peoRle on, the GeUllan prob~ which is Jiibt Q1 the service it does or lege but not to those changing to lion of their course, OJ: beCa'Uit of interruption or discontin!l~pjl! rnlsm and the wolLid. not harm one another . . . a secondary problem in relation to does not render to an iute.rn.1- ~erce. J,eneral al?a.thy of t~ainlng, are req,ues\ed to CQIIl' But it is also Utopian, to- a mad the. clash of empires which tioDal otder fOllnded upon just- I plete an inte&ruplion. torm,.at!lit )f the eJectorCOMMENOEMENIf :iegree to demand that the dea(h threatens us. But if, tomorrow, we ice and freedom." veterans adrninistrati,on suidlll1l:t ~te, ODe beal ns to s,* a recrudes- must be abolished . . . (Never- concentrwt.. u~on !!QluHons to in~ Fo,. those who think "that Eu.r. ANNO\lNCliMBNTS By SAMUEL GRAFTON gins to wonder whether the ef- cence at the traditionl\l French theless) tl1e Ulinl that III-uat. be ternatlonal problems su~ a8 the ' ope i3 dead, th .. pleas of Albe~t Candidates; tor degrees at the c~ter, room E.116, East hal4 41 New York Pelt SJ'ncllcMe fecta of this redillCOvery ot tne )il'lt!ralis maud democratic thought combatted today is fear and si- Russo-American problem, w. Camuli' and his colleagues giN;) F~. l. CQInlJIt:ncltme.l).\ who their earliest conv~~nce. O{(lqe This is the year in whicn the plain American are gOing- to show ,me sectio Qf the thinking lence, and with these, the sep- tisk finding oUl!sellles ,by-PQSsed' Pl'QOl. that it bas Qeep sle,piug pl4cecL otde~s fo~ announcements open 8 a.m. to 5 p .rn. MoncW t plain American is being redlKov- up in politics as _11 !Ul in' bus- peol?Je. aration o~ tile will and th& soul anew. The clash of empires al- ' /only. For those who think ill ~ay ~W:e their announcements through Friday. Veterans !W "". ered. 'fhe movie industry is re- ness. TIie thoUlht oomlll, thAt mayCedainly one cannot ignore the which attendB them. What: must ready is phssin, and becomilli terms of tomorrow, his words now by calling at the alumni ot- ply for leave at this time. • • dJlICOvering him, for example; th. be life hili been as Mttllm''ily brilliance of Malraux who repre- be defended is the right to speak secondary- when one considel'S sound like voices fvom the future. fi~ Old_ Cap.itol, and: presenting . • 1-ecent anniversary issue of "Va- eaay for conirMImftl dUrin, ed/. . G.R.\DUATi. CO......JijO. There i$ hope, ami tllere is. yet thei.!.' re<:ei.pts. • rlety" wu loadthese lurttiree or. tow- years as it &ent rance durmg recent meet- and universal intercOl1W11unic;a- the cillsn of civili2atiol\. ENTRANTS tion amongmen. • • • time; i.,. we are_ to lead, VIle must ed .th hili luren for movie dJreCt"'..... and ,jng of UNESCO in Paris. There GRAJ)UA~£ FEI,.LOW~ All students enrolled in, ljJe . • WL -.., are many others, but o.n e man in (How is thia tp be achiltvelll? "From every conaer, the C8~ ect now. There be sev~ral Lydia C. university for the first /IIITIIJIIl about how for the. Jellen at goedt. , Jparticular I wish to devote the ROberts graduate fellowships iJild who plan to transfer ~., • plain It was lllst summer that remainder ~f this article to. av.ailable fQr the year 11l47-48 to graduate. colleie for the SIll. . . . • ia now certain Republican IUld QOJllIUV81;Ie is Albert Camus, a fo.rmer Letters to the Editor: graduates of an Iowa college or l;Jegl/ FeQ. 3 must aPl1x ftr around for tive Democ:ra.Uc conar-rnen resista:we leader and featured • l!lltertai n men 1. thouaht- ~binlf ot sa,y{DI:: "Let ~titer for tile newspa,ger, COI;Dun.lversi,fy fQr study at Columbia aQrn)ssion imlT)ediat&~y. All. University. Appl.jclltions slloullj be tion banks are a'Vaiiabla ~ IbI He caD no longer prices- taJHt tHeir courae upward! bat, journal of the resisitance. In made before reb. 11'1, and ad(See BULLETIN Pap '01 ' be depended on 'llbe OODIwner cto. oo.t mind the fall ot last Yeal:, when ex• to st8l\d. face. spending a few more pennies!" Itremism seemed to triumph, Ca:. 1_1y and You couldn't seJI that liml of aooda mus wrot,e a series of articles for e\'eIl it M can't wo aOJ/how. I SIlliest Earl Br(WI cilely in line this )'Ur, . arq moze then: you can COmbat, deQYing the madness of (Onco l'eceivecl, Lettel's to tltl) an del' and William Z. Foat.; tM~ sell bad steaila now at' $1.50 the our times and. demandinlt ~esis- editor become the property of throw .. ball. , hours, and pal' G&APTON WHO (1040) WMT(600) WSUI'(910) CATCHER: Andrew ~J of .... qlJite. :(u te tit& ~Lt. • Wg, moJ1eQ/, to poUDd! tance. against it. this newspaper and we reset've Evet:Y b~ll ~ ml.l$t h~ve . ' L ... ~ Hooey D~Il/llIIIll'I_ see IUl)'thing that happens to be It seems to me lbat the ra-esAs a guide toward. better un- the. right to edit tltem,. 01' with· JC8IIt\Ieky. He is. a dandy MCElV8:" p ••. ~:IG •• III. • WHO Pcirlu<lI~ .• • on film. tablW1m8llt of the purchasin, er, as he showed in his dea.liDg$ 811 t.ln»it'•• so. wQy IlQt _ Fftnk WM't' Li.. hted Lanlern ... · KXEL Sa", Pelt_,m hold tltem altogether. Unsigtted WHO N R In elttreme casesj when he does gower i.ue must soaD make 8 derstanding of the Iibera~ moveu ... "" , Hague. tb!t le-Cj ... · 'ti-lHDIonAtar· lQ(JI; W""'ell .... """Noui' ..~p 8 ~ ...''7 WMT News, 80b Pfilfllr ment in France : aod in. EuropE!] letters will not bo published. with war contractors. Or if YOIf len," I~, tIlat~~ "'. b?' He is ..... I:.A W' WHO Quiz Kids WHO A~otIn·9coIIeIt& . : \lOt lila! what i8 heing offered, the dynamic dlt1.-.nce in the re.iaT 'slnce France is the spiritual home Views (Jxpl'es$ed in letters. dq think be too old, t~e E1Jlot . l'" ...... . ,' 11...,. ~ ,.. ~ Tile Shadow KXEL Newl ROO8.velt, who RECEIVED $'lOQ,- in "JQ_"-w~ not on. t!\f: bel,l WliO !tory tQ 0"!l.f 8,341 ..... , slibbom fellow sometimeS' /lOeB t1on.· between COJ1Il'8Ia aDd the 1,:j6" ... ·-' .... ~? - B:IO L . . WM'l' H •. o~ Charm home without seeinl an)'tbinl, a people, juat a& it ie maki~ a dy- of libe\:als on the continent, let me not necess.arily repl·esent .those 000 f,tom JobD Hartford, and QeY ' f I..... WMT IIdwl... (:. HqI; •. ....,. WM'J:.·UnitJI PI1 A,1r WHO )'feb.-Ia. Quiz WHd News. M. t. NeIjoD fate which duriD8 war years narnic ditfarenCIl' in the ntlattOIlS ;~uote sev~al pas8a'~s from, these of The Daily Iowan.-7'h.e Ed- ilr had to return a cent. Th.ere artJ malllY' WM 1!3J1 qu.J,i- WIfO Pl,lrdms ~o~r KX,EL · G,..en .Hornet KXEL Revival HOUr ". ~ II;IIast .,. ebut, • • lit • would bave seemed to him worse betwMn department atoraI, and tar tides. Here ill part is Camus! itm·.) 1.: ....... ,.. , · . PlRST-SASE: Edw.ard ltetlly of '-" ~. reserves Q.r suPstittltee. J1Jttt .. '. ...... WMT Ho~r WJ\fT J\4II(lvljl """"'i i" t tbaD death. tb. P80iHe. mal.ysis of the prol)lelJl< of our CbiclllO--tba. R.l1Y who IN' Lak• . check up and _ find out thl! 0nlPS ~~. ~~c. WHO SC ony ~ BlIlbOUiIt""'-' . 1':U p.•. . TO THE DAILY IOWAN: MichiPn.whet:. ilill, .tQ/liYe Chi· ...,bo to put LAST 'KUL This Is LIte ' JOCJ:L ".; ~~rllt~ucb And in New York a great unTo taint illat QDe ........,_ the age. WHO 00 WinII\ ol aa. I dBrco'/v drama 110_ on, ae rea atorem-...tioaed; retiail. ,","rli! "Our tw~tieth centllry is the AI t.w monthll 810, the Des cage ni~ lake b.r:eezR4. Hi! eel) always,. IUId s,..Ir ,lwvs ()( .\m• ',Ie ., a. WM't N.W .....JlIston u. .... . WHO Am. p"tl.~ • tail buyers from over the COUAtry !lOw crow~ ~ YerJt. have ;entury of fear . .. ~l the phil- Moine. Reliater had an article make ... may put-outs BS<all~ lIIictJ) dll. but ~v~ Qf Am~" \VW) ~~~ XXJ:lI C~~~;~~. H:1' p• • , WMT Volet! of Proph. WMT Wm. ShIrer it out with manutact\Jren. diaepv.e1.W u.. ~apb. iD Mr. Jsophies (of extremism), both Qn which was taken. presUlX\4bly, 'a nd now he wUlIIOOft tit out biiil- can rillhts. ~ Rev. Pletoch'..... WHO ,CJ.roIl ArfQ'" Sb.o.w • •. •. • from an article in your paper by sel1; sa be' sbolJ1d b4l av~ for . Tho .... iJt aV()r ~ GtF'l'S to ~L 8<>uthernalrea WMT O~le a. Harriet , OA tbe quation of grica. :MaItwa 'DJ'umaD,'" ..JIIOIaie m '.. ia the ri,ht and on the' left, cont WMT C .... lle • at clothing and otller "suft" aooU wbieb lIr dIiIJa...t tiII* ~I. .ider tJlat their "truth" presents one Lawrence Dennis. Tho bllild· 00IIIres&. : IlIVerybQdy, with th~ dU(enace: WMT wa~·S:_~ ~L N~:. lIVe. Party WHO Revival WMT MuUr I:U , .•. , are ~n. to keep their plicae u;, n...... luw.)Irie-. ia. <Wier to ftn- the only path tilward the better- ina in. the Reiister was: '·ANOTH-. SECOND BASE: Si.ocin .. COIN- '£My live all tba . ._ ~ to....· ~ l!Iew~ JI~ ZellaI t.,... ,. .. MYTHICAL ALL - STAR .,. Tayla. riIIlldabo. He. w~ fit aefl! ud aU tM liabWti_, tQ AmL ~ _ ...•_!l'.. '..C.r.wiold WHO "1l1Jh~ s: .. With Po ... MuoIo JtXEL Mus,le or even to increue them. Qll tta.e serve- their ~Iq PGWC~ tbel .ment of man. And Yet, the clash of ER It 11111.".. 1IIMT K ... Smllh Sin•• , r.eonable plea that their anatB: ant' CllI'Q'iaa ~ ~ a- tpese "good wills" creates a mad BASEBALL CLUB. IS SELEC- in"~ with the sbodlltop I am at:!Qa. J,.ooll it;: tb.ll GI:fTSl to Ena- _1I!MT Win. Q_ ~WMT Hem TED." There was some grim' huteCOlIIJX)eIIding. land and Russia of, billiOlll ot cub WHO A~:a~ Qft ~~ ~:(c:UoT~r"pMcY KXBL Sllll Oft ant' up. But b~ are ~ round. _itll til--. aad! abowiIIc it . world' where men still are injured, ",11" .• • p. Ill. i_ witll a WJiveraal "NnnnIII to ~ IIDIl ~. . It threatened, jailed, where wars mor in the- arti!:lo, and !t would , SHORTSTOP: Frank (Swoop) . end 1IQQ<i,,; lQok at the WF'l' to ~T News WHO IIIP O¥ , Nimnh!" _ diil.voutll' _ 11 M\r; 'IlnmIall ' ue prepared, and where it ill im- wlrnost do justice. to Mr. Charles 51DlltN. He aDd Ta1ior IIOUld siq Amts-ica. of'. DJl!D 01, $HO,OOO,- ~ R=':;;~:...up ~:J ~a~'l.e ~~~ WillI , . . aome sweet WDes, andI make tiMrll 002',1100 ltw e~ man, WOIDIID and ltI_ L •• XX!:l. DNW Pe.raqn • • .. JNI'8 a ..... ",'hwao .a.. 16ia Ilttl. (IOIIIIil)le to utter a wocd without (Smeal') MichelllOu himself. TO ..O..... William Green is ntported to swoon. And the dQubl.· 01' l&'lpJ'e· c:hilO In the cou.Dtry:. Aa. Amos WMT Amerlc.n JALIoII WHO Hauls &: Faye ~ wIlD _ _ .... bit of ~ CD - . . . . fill: Jlain 8:00 • •m.. ~ ""'" 11 ':1.1 8 : 1~ •. m. Newl f .. ...... ..... ... p n ~ '1:bia lM*imla l1 :0D&l'eLiIJl8D pushing sU4!b ideas have said that Ihe conar8liS which play combination, Frank to Taylor would say, "Ugh, Ugh! Ain't that WMT Christl';;,."crusad.. KXEL Don G.rdn~ 8:30 a.m. an.I\ Idl WlIOdlkthod. Church KUL Police Woman ftuIaIJ' JUu& at a ,..-) . . Mr. as, tbe Ilraiiht 20 percent incemt W8B in sesaion then was wOlst CIlle to Kelly. Not eVIlll ".'l'lllk,"- to swnp'nP' Tea. it "ain't" 9:20 •• l1l. N••s ' we have ever hao. Then it must Evers to Chance" could equal thal I think Mr. Dennis should ap . lVIBb af~~ :.h:..wor14 WMT Tak: JAavl II 9:30 a.m. Plano Mel 1_ aa the IUds of the se.. Truman a IIJipt up. tax. cUl (which means so nweh 9:416 La.. Bruk. Call. have been very pul.rid. for W& THIRD BASE: "Red" ol PAC• • these s.......tWu. KlQL ~ ~ CIa. ~.t~'e.:l~~ 10:00 a.m. ~k~ and all Identleal as 'he waves • • • .lJJDre ill tile- highe\; brackets than surely have had some punk ron- 1'Rida. He ia a bot - . ... 10:J5 •. m. Rt!memw J. PI GIl'" l..-r . : , : .:st ,. DI. o thereof. the7 have ull4ercone 1VUl be " •• faadaIaUq to in. low)' ma,y find the Pr0p06al be- grcsS811 eVel: sinea the Iall of 1930\ abould. __ HOIIIId the bet ....... . 10!3O •. m. . ' ltIteUOr¢ Itt. .... ._~ WIfII' Gal>rle1 Hlutlolr IO:~ •. m. Lit • .. traDllloraudlon; they are peewaUlb tile " ' _ work .... tD coming unpopular, and hot. Even 11:30 a.m. c-. ,. . : : .t!~S:I: pie _W, wiUt _ _ • n..... dJIIeovep .'etll1er .... AaIerba. antagonism, to unions may become when the Democrats secured con- w..... be c:u. walli:k C*t -- tbIIt ; 1l:30 .. m. ~111~'"'lfl1ll trol of the legislative branch of peaiea rtf $1M a lIIODta lle ....... , • . I!)aDBia ~ . . . ~ KXn ..... ~ WHO Bllndw.,on II:M) •. m . fan, .... ......1..... laek peeDl'e'a apatll, ~ _ . . . a little less politic, it 'he co,Dllum12:00 the government. line tal GIVT all people ctVer . . . . . . . . iD ... ~ ., We aM. 1Qft A!'~~ KXJ:t. O:~~. r:.lodle8 12;30 p.m. • _ 7 . 'theF want lew PI'k.. last ,ear WU IDle their iD£ public blllins to link the !que o • • ,1 am. . . . . _ ....... ~. .... ~ ·,.....t ="bnll . . . WJlO.~ AIM, com IUaL Waltz Time 12:40 p.m. Int.""I.,~. • and roocl CUI&IllJ. rmnee to th toot Porn. MUL witla. O)urchaaiDa gower. These NOW _ _y.- • ..".....IIQIl· BJGaT~ . . . . n. .. u.., . . . cIW Mr. Qdp. Mr........ qa~~ ... WilT 'f:, ~ 3:00 p ......oha. C.. ; • • • IIIUICh thiDII .... D ".... au. "'7 suddeDJ.y become al ,.... . .&I~ 01 "white ....." enla"1'"n+! ~:IS p.m. ~rdI hblw.eo't ......... ,..M" .. ia 1W DUI.J =E'~ ~= rlle~CC.nhy A t..", montlu -.0 the7 w.ere a ~.. et ..... bard to lNlve ae • .,.peel m1Dk 811' 1 ave aqresuon... ........, ill &lGII'r. tIee7 ... aU &w8It W • 2:30 p.m. 18 Ct..: . . . II . . . . . . . . . . '1a8l. J(UL nday Eve Hour 3:10 p.lY). Camp,.. • liM. lemrniAall, well-to-do 18lll- wIIIah J ... DOt" .. r - a , tIIIi cea.ts. at $3OQO:; and d,ubioua 'Aline. 3::10 p.m. offv an,one who wnId lillie.. 1M liSTs.. B • ...:. »-* ...... In ... Da . . . . . . . . ee..- 1IIiI't ~a.__ . ' w!\ft ~1;: It mlnp, of COUl'aa; today 'bey are the people eo... han ...... at bilh prices, 3:3t p.m. . _ a rood (r. aotIaIDl) 0... ~ ~ dPt. __ DOt put ill tMMcl 6Q 1>m ~ . . __ ,.., ~ ...... 0Id0 AU." 3:'1 p.m. "vial_ ' • iadivicllUlI. ..... aDd retall- . . ~, ~ It would IIOt . be. at all surpria- oera&te 81' New . . . _lII'r_ AIIDlIPb- s............ ..-cf ... t'''I' 4:00. p."!. w~ ~ ' l "'~$:~I:,k 4:311 p.m. TN 'fbDi : er feeIa.n IlMU,1 impulse to pat . . . . . . . . . . . Ia a ,.., III iDI.. but oatural. If, alOlll about ....n. 10 . . . Is lb. . . . . u.u piaodIle JAQw;:" . . . . ~ 1 i I I t l n ' , ~ ... Wafi' ••d....l'IIe 5:ot p.~ Chit!\. .... ~ ...m, 00 th .. back and wUcII ~ .....l _ wIIIIi .M8J'. ~ w ..e 8~ OM New Deal.... ........ ..... 1nIIl - - . ., ~.., ~ I: : '~ ~~~~a;::u..: g;~::~:=e~ • say: "How's your UaeF be...... 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••• Before any further action could ·IIA,' tll''Jf.RS 11 .\ JQN VET . , be taken OJ) the it would IlANS--!vmbers of thl;! daugh- have. to be approved ID a generl\] leis of Union Veterans will meet mee.tmg of Country club members tDmorrow at 2 p.m. in the Com- and by the national Elks lodge. mlmity building. Mrs. Thomas Chapman said the re wou1d b~ Abboft has charge of the arrange' nothlOg further to announce about JIIIIIIs. ' the sale for "a month or so." t'

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Gene Chapman, Iowa Gity C'Ountry club manager, said yesterday plans for the purchase of th!! clubhouse by the Elks lodg~ were "in very tentative stages." The Daily Iowan reported Friday t hat the Elks now hold options on the stock ~ertificates oi th\! Country club, which is owned by 250 stockholders. :) Chayman pointed out he had no ~'GHT~ OF COLUl\'£IHJS . Memb'!r~ of Knights of l":olumbus way of knowing ~I].ether the o~jlIq Ih.~i.r ~uests w.'1 dance to lions would be taken up, and th]\t the mli~l': r'! Hal Web~t':!r and his although it is expected the ELks ., would "make an offer" to buy OlUleSll'II '.·Jmorrow nL>;i.t at th~ th Iu b , no thOmg d ef"t h il h II T' d " 11 f e cdecided. r'b cI~ a. lie ancc WJ.. start 13. been - 1m e a

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&IJSSIAN CL~The advance of the Russian club will AIOI!! tomorrow night at 7:15, room I~ Sehaeffer hall. !leiinners' group will meet Tutsday at the same time and place. ' MY students interested in studyir)g Russian are invited to attene!. Persons with preVK'US ex' perieqce i!1 writing -Oi' speaking Ran should attend tne meeting ·tomorl'(, II'.


The music department wnl pre- . • sent two student recitals tomol'- • row afternoon at -1.:10 in the music .datk of niaht. After all, nobod)l buildin,. By CA.ROLYN ANDERSON "You can just say," said Duke had ever &een , Ki.lroy. ' SeYenteen stlldent pianists will • with a ,r.and,..ture toward -8 pile "We're ,onna make the Kilroyof Lumber on 'UJe haJf-paioted , burter (amous tbrol,llhout the perform in the no rth music hall. counter, "You <lan just say that s*ate," Duke JlIlIIounced, flourii;h. They lire .Myra Russell, Lee Me- • KIIJ't?y ' hlls 'HttifitLdown:" . •.....,.. ..... a colored billboard . Gover.!)" UJ . 'Turner, ~Dean: Don.r, • The DeilY _lowen re'1;l:<¥r te r "We.'ll ..need a lot of ' help in Mitche11 southall, Beverlee -Sher- snatelled 'll.r ' QotebOOk oft ,a strjp here," Mike said. "'We'lI -,ive litUof iresl1 paint and tried to look ,den,ts -preference. of coune.:Boerd rard, GllY Surber, Abram _Plum, convill\Jetl. jobs, too ." .Blandina Steinbrink, fluth · AlII; : "You <can jl.lSt <saX," said 'lKik~ Kilr(l1's will ' be strictly short- SOlem, Earl~ Harris, .~ 'lAgan, I more Clilm!y, '/that about rFeb. Jl~, order plus delivery servjce and Richard Herwig, Rebecca Grimell, Kilroy's wlll ,be open. KllroY'$ is ,awiU be tbe IlUCI1.lQllCbroom Harriet Leeney, Mary Lou Higgs, : ca1e that wlll tbe ,Opened IOOJl qy in -Iowa Oity with,.li ..mD"I ca- and Mildred YQlJIlI. " thore univel'llity students. ' . paci~y oL50. _The mUl!als ' which 1:he pr\lgram will include:' !l'he ~poltter must 'have lookeft, . will Mcorate ' the w.aUs (movable works by Bacli, Haydn, Scarlatti, ~ convinoec\, I(or Mike and Duke.lm-. one~'W~ ~~t want to<-Jet tired Beethovel'), Ch9pin, Debussey, mediatelY launched into a /Ilowiq of "anythtnl.) are ·yet to ~e RaveJ, Stravinsky and Bartok. porn:ayal of lKllr~y's ' f 11 tLu.e, '- ?rawn, but the ~rtoers have big In the south music ball a varI whie", it lmullt pe 'admltted. loOks. I.ideas. iety oC compoeer,ll will be repre- • d good. ·'And ene of us tbreewllL be sellted in a vocal and instrumental' .. .. • ~ l!Jere at all times," shouted '.Duke recital. -as tRe-reporter ~red through Soloists on this program will It. all reallY atarted beak In a hole -in tRe w.alJ be Mary Lou Sanner, 'Patricia 19l1S When 'Duke -Oun.n anti 'Mike ' "Yeah" said Mike. "AnY aug- Doran, Oelphine Wilson and -ShirClJ:i!'de~ow st~en~ ~ t~e ."lestions 'on olle-hoUt' courses for ley Harper, sopranos; Tred "Eyres UQJYeJ;, . ~ , en u , n . two l-bours credit wouJd De appre- and Grant 'Eastham, tenors; "Jack navy -cadet trainlD,. rrhe n!IIult cia~" , wal what .Is Itlnerally tenned ,.Ii . • • , Pet~rm.aDJl .and Robert M?nroe, bea~ ifdendahlp. 'l:hey had ..biJ bantones; "Robert Nelson, bass ; WE DON'T SAY TH.IS ACT{JAJ,LY DID BAPPt:N, but if the temperature keep. loarin&" to reeord- dloeallll, too lQr atter lthe wa~, al- IDClpin to ,Attend Ifonnns 'Charles Becker, cel1i~t; ari4 !loris breaking heights, as It did yesterday, you can look forward to some enterprlllp&" coed takln&" advanta&"e tho~ Kllro.1 \W.aa not QJeCUic:aI)y cProt. Walter ' DttyJ[in of the col- Cuthbertson, tromborust. of ~he situation. Yesterday's hifh I'eadinf of 53 dcgrl:eS set a 24.-ycar recotd in Iowa City, so watch that ,81eo:t.iQDed. ' lege of@mmerce ·.will pa . [~ipate thermometer ",nd keep an eye 011 those grapy stretches 01 callUlUS. "XOst 01 the jdeali," admitted .in two open fotwnli ·OIl '!Better Appointed ACiministratrix MiM, "OOIlQeroed bow to let rich ..LaboriRelationi". this week. Bessie Rogers was appointed adquick." I ThetCirst forum wUI be neld in ministratrix yesterday under $10,on graduate students, according d "1ba~& ~olle we .ot idealistic , 8torm 1.ake 'tlasday nJeht, ·the 000 bond of the estate of }l'el'd to Dean Jacobsen. Be proposes of 00IJt'_," .ioierpose<l Duke .,s econd in Sac City Wednesday Goss, who died Dec. 16. William night. .. R. Hart is the attorney. a more liberal teaching of courses quickly. * • • leading to the Ph.D. degree whlch provide an acquaintance with DUh cw:ne . back to SUI this fall. r-...~...."!""..-."'l-"!""!'...- . .- - - - - - - - - - - - -.. Somebody (probably Kilroy) peractivities beyond one's special suaded Milte tjlat Iowa City ~as field of knowledge. the .place for him, too. In Novem-, FOR PROMPT, EFFICIENT "Future SOci;i1 workeu will bel', ~ike quite suddenly re- I need a wide knowledge of politi- minded Duke of all those big cal science, economics and psy- plans. They bOUiht the lease on chology," he commented. In this 11 E. Washington avenue. Russ ' and other fields he believes less Casson, also a stUdent, wanted to TO WED emphasis sl10uld be placed upon help a nd his lather was in the a study of languages as they are restaul"ant business in Des Molnes. " less of a to<;>1 than some of the They started operating as a trio. SATURDAY more practical courses. The Iowan reporter looked at In concluding his tl\lk, Dean the plans in what she hoped was / Jacobsen declared that in the an intelligent manner. future, graduate education should ., It's gonna be for the students," GUARANTEED SERVICE contiouing proces~ Qot too declared Duke. "We're lonna be be "closely bound " with what was open from 6 a.m. until a tbe next PICKUP AIt-iD DELIVERY upheld 10 years ago'. morning if that's what they want'l Dean Jacobsen spoke at a Maybe we'll be open all' night" luncheon-meetlng of I J 0 memb~rs "We'll have to sweep the flOQl's , " and guests of the Americ;&n Assoc- sometime," 8ugllested Mike reaiation of University Women held sonably. in the clubrooms at Iowa {Jnion. He was introduced by Mrs. Virgil The three partnen .tayed in rowa City through the Christmas M. Hancher. 8 East College St. holidays furiously drawi11l plans Every three seconds someone Is and building counters for their A~roll from the Ford Garage MR. AND MRS, William Organ. 322 E. Burliugton street, announce injured in an I\ccident io the U.S., lunchroom. Much of the work th~ ell!'",,:emrnt and "uul·I)a"hj" .. "'~rrla~e of Ihelr daughter, Mar- and every five and hali minutes went on under e heavy veil of cella ;\Ii!lia, to Pvt. ' George D. Pllillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~enry someone is killed. secrecy and, quit.e literally, in tbe I ' Phillips, 512 S. Dodge street. The wedding will take place In SL Patrick's church Saturday, Miss Organ was graduated from Iowa City high schoO'l and is now e~ployed by the "'orthw,"stel'l1 Bell Telephone P P 11' c.ompanr· vt. hi IPS is stationed at Camp Stoneman, San Fran-I


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Thirty-three members of the !lO.T.C. were ~ppointed cadet oflifrs ~t tbe 45th annual Military bill fridjy night ~t Iowa Union. By FRANK BUCKINGHAM The men received the following Daily Iowan Stalf Writer commiJsions. presented by PresiDES MOINES-it takes dozens • dellt Virgil M. Hancner and Col. of bOl!-topnie'~ page poy~, ushers W: iii. Tenna. and doorkeepers to handle the Second lieutenants and platovn crowds, the errands, the miscel!elders: Charles O. Frazier, ROb-llany of the Iowa state capitol 61 F. QqiJel , Myron P. Peten~kis, when the legislature is in 'session. Frlllk T. Nash. James L. Riggs Presenting a front of formality anct James R. Thomas. and eUiciency, trimly attired Fil'lt lieutenants and platoon pages whisk through the senate ••ders; Dell)arcst J. Ingraham, and house chambers throughout ~oQert S. Lp~cp, Percy L. Ny- the day performing various minor aaon, Robert R. Thorn, John M. but necessary tasks. · ,1111 and Joseph B. ' Wells. They deliver copies of legislacaptaIns and company com- tive records daily to each of the QIInders: Alvin G. Boeger, Don- legislator's desks and locate peralii It F~tig, Laird F. Fryer, Rog- sons in the building with whom !I'M. Kane, Robert H. McKenzie members of the legislature wish and George V. Patton. to speak. They have countless du: captain and r~gimental adj u- ties. ~t Sl!annon H. Nye. . The state :lOuse is also sprinkled CaptaIns and battalion staff of- lIberally With ushers who help fjctrs: Wilfred E. Cresswell, seat new representatives and sen~ IloIWlas ~. Dowell, Charle D. ators and any offici!\ls and visi1I11,y, Walter F. Peterson, La- tors of rank, Verne W. Poland and Robert A. Doorkeepers can b.e identified Wright. by silver badges in the left coat lapel. Their primary duty is tu • Majors . and regimen tal staff oIlicers: Franklin J. Eicher, Rich- discourage "visitors" who have a habit of bursting into either cham_ ard H. Timmins and John W. ber when the legislature is in imWicI!en!!amp. portant session. Kajors and battalion executive Although the huge double doors officers: Harlan L. Bjork and are shut during sessions, officials Jackson C. Wenner. will permit peoP.le to enter. But Lleut~nant colonel and battalion they want it done quietly. lIIIIlllll!nders: Benjamin B. Davis Countless young secretarie$ and Sidney G. Guthrie. bustle in and out of the capitol Lieutenant colonel and regi- while serving the state legislam~ntal executive officer; Phillip tors. During the limited leisure & Moorh~ad time they have, they chat among themselves or with pages and u·shers. One comment indic:ating the MeetinGS, Speechescuirosity of visitors in the state capitol was that made by a 5I1iddle aged woJman who mistook a page for a legislator: "Oh, my, isn't he young to be here?"


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By JOSEPH B. KARSHNER. ANN ARBOR, MICH. (JP)Getting away to a fast start as Forward Mack Suprunowicz tossed in four field goals in the. first three minutes, the University of Michigan upset Purdue 66-43 in a Western conference basketball game before 4,800 spectators here last night.

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The Schnectady, N.Y. freshman then sank a layup shot ond twice more netted looping sidecoul't .. . shots to put the Wolverines in an 8-0 lead. Captain Pete Elliolt n. lidded another two points before Purdue forward Bill Lodge could put his team in th~ scoring column with a free throw. ' Purdue's high scoring combination of Capt. Paul Hoffm,an and Guard Ed Ehlers was held pointless. and only Berberian could locate the target for seven fleld goals and three charity tosses. The Wolverines shOWed speed Dnd alertness unmatched In any of their p~evious Western conference clashes as they completely outplayed the tiUe conscious Boilermakers.



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Coach Ozzlc Cowles' emphasis on defense paid rich dividends as Elliott and Bob Harrison hawked the ball repeatedly under tbe backboard to smother the Purdue attaek.

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Also brilliant on defense were Center Bill Roberts and his substHute, Harold Morrill, who went inlo the game early in the second halt. Atter piling up a 35-19 lead at hlJll time, lhe Wolverines showed no Jetdown lind shortly nfter the second half rbegan they got away when SuprlJnowicz collected two free throws that made the counl 37-23. That was as cltse as the Boilermakers could come to catching up with Michigan's bllstering pace. The game, 10th §tralght win for Michigan in Yost fieldhouse, gave the Wolverines a Weslern conterence record of threc wins and one loss, while Purdue, deteated last week by Indiana, has a conference total of two losses. BOX SOOIU!


'.,a.. 'r fI p'IPurd.. 'r n p' McCaslin. , 2 2 2 HoUman f 0 0 3 Sapru·lcz. I 10 4 2 Lod.e, f 0 5 5 Roberta. c 2 1 4 Ertle. c O O 1 Harrtson . It 2 0 4 Berbul.n. " 7 3 4 P . EllIott. It 2 1 2 Ehlers, • 0 0 2 Morrill. c 3 5 3 Miller. c I 0 I Mikulich, • 2 0 2 Anderson. I I 1 1 Wlerda , roo 0 Trump. c 2 2 I C. Elliott. It 1 0 2 B111I80. • 1 1 2 Deremo. 1 1 1 Ritter. l 1 I 0 Bauerle. r i o I Hensen. If 0 0 0 Wllnle·lkl. cOO 0 Krellfhb·m •• 0 0 0 • Butchko.. 1 0 0 Caudell, f 0 1 0 Kin", II 0 0 1 Total. "14 H - - T.tal. U 15 21 Hall time acore: Mlchl,an 35. Purdue


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(rippled Wildcats No Match For Ohio State Sharpshooten

.If. .... .If. . Nope, we didn't see the Iowa Indiana ball game and it is prob~ ably a good thing I didn't. That 50-4fl. thriller would have washed CO\,UMBUS, O. (JP)- Ohio me up for keeps. The Hawks lost on the very thing they have been Ohio State Romps good on-free throws. The Hawkeyes saw too much or this fine State bea t Northwestern last Norlhwe.t. '~'I P'l ohlo Stale f 2 0 2 Bowen., I II HooBier forward, Ralph Hamilton, who netted 21 points, mQst of night 60 to 49. The defeat ended Hu"hes. Barr. f 4 5 0 Donllan. f I II which came in the violent second half. The 'foreign cOlJrt didn 'l help Worth 'Lon. COO 2lcampbeu. I I II PITTSBURGH (A')- Henry a three-game losing string for Lo/gren. I 0 2 0 .... I I II (Hank) Greenberg, the major the Iowa boys but the difference in this from other games was the the Ohio State basketball team Felt c 2 2 1 Underman ••• I I zuravl<'If.c L 1 0 Pfelfter, c I , I league's home run king, yesterday fact that Murray Wier and Herb Wilkinson weren't hitting. Schadler, g 3 2 3/ Pugh , C I II and kept Northwestern in the Tourek, • was purchased by the Pittsburgh gOO I Huston" 2, I C.rle. II 0 0 3 Amlin" I a II cellar position of Ule Western The loss was, or course, the seeond of the year for Iowa and Pirates from the Detroit Tigers Ward. II 0 0 01J. We". II U' , puts the Hawks OD the defensive for the rest ot the year. The Strum·lo. L 6 1 0 Winter. g 0 I I conference . for an undisclosed but a "sizeW. Wells., I II aeld test will come Monday when the Hawks fangle with Purdu e able sum" of cash. Ohio Slate's lriumph was the Is 1ii 121 Totll. ii;b at Lafayette. AI It stands, Iowa Is down but not out. second in five conference starts Totals General Manager Roy Hamey, tlnltUme ,,-ore: Ohio State 30, HcctI. • for las t year loop champions and weSlel'!l 18 in announcing the purchase of Fellows, let's face it, we're all in the wrong business. Thai point marked Northwestern 's fourth one of basebaU's highest paid players, said the Pirates landed was made clear when Charlie Trippi pulled the biggest horse trading straight Big Nine setbaclc the big slugger after days of neg- deal of ~he decade to gross himself a cold $100,000 by signing with the • otiating between Frank McKinney, Chicago Cardinals. It was a big victory for the National Professional After the first live minutes president and principal owner of Football league because the New York Yankee combine of the AlI- of play. which ended with the the Pittsburgh club, and Billy America conference was really aiter the Georgi a peach. score tied at 8-8, Ohio State • • • Evans, new general manager of began pulling away Irom the the Tigers. One of the best laughs In the whole proceedings came when vIsitors and held a halftime Hamey declined to say what the Trlppl did a neat bit of diplomatic broken-lfleld running to cross edge of 30 to 18. Pirates paid for the man who up the Yanill who were so confident of signing him that they hit H home runs last year to Invited photographers to a IICbeduled afternoon meeting. By By GAYLE TALBOT Center Jack Underman of the lead both leagues In circuit swats, that time, the Penn.ylvanla~bom ail-American halfbaCk was on Bucks paced Ohio Slate's second NEW YORK (IP)- Davis CIIJ but said it was a "sizeable sum" his way to Chlcaeo with owner Bldwlll runnlnar Interference. half attack with six field goa ls hero Ted Schroeder won his H4 of cash. Before the deal could be Trippi, a little blind by the flash-bulbs, sort of went out on a and a free throw and was the completed the other seven Ameri- JJmb by claiming that he would sign for more money than evan Red chief factor in ~urnlng the game 2 ranking among the natioal can league clubs had to waive on Grange received. It seems the Gallopin' Ghost has reason to howl. into an \ easy Ohi9 State victory. 'ennis players yesterday, knockial PURDUE' BOILERMAKERS had their share ot dlrflculties last night the services of the first basemanTrippi's $100,000 contract ties him to a four-year lour which Ullderman connected for eight Frankie Parker out of that cov!. too as Michigan pounded out a. decisive win. Ed Ehler (14) of Pur- outfielder. makes the figure look like $25,000 a year, which still Isn't hlJY. But field gouls in 15 tries. ed spot, bu t nOi until ' he h!j Greenberg, who has pounded the Illinois' redhead, 01' number 77, is on record as haVing receiVed due mts ed this shot as Boyd McCaslin (l7) of Mlc"~gan put on a * • • stirred up a row that shook tlJj block. Bob Jlarrlson. (18) Michigan, and WIlliam Lodle, (10) Purdue out 311 homers In his major lea- that much fol' one game when playing for the Chicago Bears arOlllld A substitute guard, Chester dignified U.S. Lawn Tennis auotl gue career, five of them in World look on but that's about all. CAP WIREPHOTO) 1925. Strulilillo, kept Northwestern ill iation right down to its arch~ ' 1 Series competition, started out • • the game during the second half Members of the ranklnr COllI· with the Tigers in 1933 as a first Maybe the weather made me think of it. but anyway It's the by neUing six of sevell field shot as the pace continued hot. mlttee, who did not think Sch. baseman. But in 1940 Manager time of the year when baseball Coach otto Vogcl gathers his goal attempts-four from lar Ritter made a free tJtrow for Del Baker caused something of a roeder should be ranked at all, flock toee~her to belln construction of Iowa's baseball machine. out 011 the state fairground Indiana and Hamilton hit rrom refused to be hlrh-pr_~ sensation when he switched the (Continued from page 1) And this year, Vonl has plenty to pick trom. Right now all that coliseum floor. Strumillo and far out to make It 29-26. They ,bared their teeth alii! big boy to the outfield. are out for practice are the pitchers and catchers but Coach Vo~eI Forward James Barr topped the field the Hawks outscored the Jorgensen come through with a Billy Herman, new manager of fought back like everythinr, aIIIi expects about 90 candidates when the call Is issued for all pothe Northwestern scorinj" with Hoosiers 19 to 18 baskets. timely pivot shot but Ritter can - the Pirates, will say what posiwheu lhe proxy \!Ote fiDalIJ sitions. . 13 ~oints each. The game started as Noble Jor- nected with a free throw. Dick tion the 36-year old star will play was counted after an hoarl • gensen hit on a pivot shot to put Ives helped the Hawks' cause with with his new club. according to oratory it was found that 'rei Veterans of other Big Nine diamond wars are back, including Ohio State connected on 28 of had scraped through by l1li McKinney. the Hawks ahead. Watson retalia· a Up-in to make it 33·27, Iowa. Lyle Ebner, Keith Kafer, Dale Erickson, Pete Everett, Bob Faber, 95 field goal attempts; while narrow margin of 20,825 unll! ted on a short push for Indiana and The pace slowed momentarily Hank, peJJeved to have drawn to 19,075. fouled by Spencer on the play, but Wier added a Hawk free in the neighborhood of $60,000 Doc Dunagan, Roy Stille, Jack Bruner and Bud Flanders. The Iowa Northwestern made 18 of 82. added a free throw. Jorgensen throw which was matched by one last season, entered the army May baseball squad will take its spring training during lhe Easler vacaSuch monuments of he court missed two free throws and Ham- by Ritter. Iowa missed on several 7, 1941, but was discharged as tion agains this year and Coach Vogel has booked six games in the world as former association pM. southland to put his outfit in top shape for the conference grind. ilton put Tndiana ahead 5-2 with chances and Hamilton's free throw over age before the United States dents Walter Merrill Hall aM a basket. made it 34-29 with six minutes entered the coruJJct. He re-enlisted Julian S. Myrick and Davis Cup Duane Hanson really put on an exhibition of wrestling yes1,wo days before Pearl Harbor and Spencer put the Hawks bat'k gone. Captain Walter Pate, who SPOD' terday afternoon when he pinned his Bradley opponent In 18.5 Watson connected with a lone rose from a private to a captain In the game with :l long sct sored Schroeder's elevation, leal· seconds, which Is just about tbe time It generally takes to shake one and the Hawks held a bare, before being discharged June 14, shot and Wier connecten again . ned to their surprise that a hands. The rest of the Hawk matmen looked almost as good and 3'·31 margin. HamJIton tapped 1945. LOS ANGELES (JP)- The Los ranker whose recommendatiolll for Iowa to put the Hawks aWillconsiu should be In for a rough afternoon come Feb. 1. In a rebound to brine the Boos· He had his greatest home run head 6-5, Hamilton changeel the Angeles Rams of the National are spurned is a peeved indivl· • • lers up to 34-33 but Wier made year in 1938 when he cracked out lead with an Indiana baskd and one of two free throws to hold 58, only two short 01 Babe Ruth's The swimming team goes into action Monday at Northwestern professional football league yes- dual. Spencer tied It,up " ,nin with Before it was over William P. a two-point lead. major league record . and we'll know for sure just what Coach Armbruster has been cook- terday acquired Halfback Steve a free throw. Bagarus from the Washington Rowland of Philadelphia, a mtll'o Hamilton swished a free throw Whether the Pirates wl\l have ing up. On paper the team looks as good or better than any repWilliams scored a fre'! throw 10 to bring it back to 35 34 but Spen.· to pay Hank anywhere what he resenting Iowa in many a year but Wally Ris, Kenny Marsh, Bob Redskins in exchange for backs ber of the ranking committee, lJaj put the Hoosiers ahead, 8-7. RitTom Farmer and Ralph Ruth- accused Pate of indulging in cee matched It only to have Ham- drew with the Tisers is a matter Matters, Bill McDonald , Dick Maine and all the rest hllve their work ter added another belor'.! Wier strom. little flag-waving in his ebthu ilton tie it up, 36-36, with 12 min- that'll have to be settled bldore cut out f6r them. The Northwestern team recently lost a close, 44-40, hit an Iowa free throw to make Bagarus. former Notre Dame i3sm lor Schroeder. , utes lefL. Hamilton put Indiana the Pirates go into spring training dual to Purdue but showed plenty of class even in defeat. it 9-8, Indiana, with 12 minutes star, was a sensational open field Pate expressed the opllllol • • • left in the half. Spencer tied \19 ahead with another long basket at Miami Beach, F~. It was his I runner for the Redskins last year, that Schroeder had "Played I and Watson swished a shot from big bat that brought the Tigers The crounds and buildings committee of the University the game 9 9 with a free throw but ot Iowa Friday appointed a sub-committee to investigate plans and CQmbined with Slingin' Sam- much tennis as Parker du..... Hamilton added a similar eftort the free throw line to put the Hoo- . out of the doldrums and to the my Baugh, ranker third in the the past year" and demohJlri. siers ahead 40-36. American league pennant in 1945 for enlarl'lD&' the seating' capacity of the Iowa fieldhouse. Most for Indiana. league in pass catchers. He joins ed he was "Parker's complft Herb Wilkinson made one of and his two World Series homers of the time appolntlnl' a sub;commlttee Is another way of saying Magnusson hit a long basket and an array of backfield talent which master." that the faculty hal met and can't decide upon a course of action. Jorgensen made it Iowa 13·10 with two free throws and Metcalfe played a big part in giving Steve includes Bob Watrfield , Tommy Each time Pate or Hall or 111' made It 40-38 only to have HamilO'Neill's champions victory over But In this case It may be the real thlnr. Some of the proposals another basket. Watson made it Harmon, Bat West, Jack. Wilson , rick rose and told of Schroedtl'l call for $lie erection of permanent stands instead of, en13-12 with a long set shot and ton hit on a fast break to move the Chicago Cubs. Fred Gehrke and others. contribution to tennis history," He had slowed down somewhat larelnr the "end zone" sections and a third tier of seats. Hamilton scored another short the Hoosiers ahead. Farmer, ex-IOWA luminary. or another member of tbe RlJII. Herrm~nn made it 44-38 with last season but played 142 games, • • • shot. The idea is to increase the seating capacity by one-third. Said plays quarterback or halfback. ing committee follow ed him wlil Dick Yves came In alld made two charLty tosses before Metcalle in which he connected with 144 hit on a tip in for Iowa. With sev· hits for a total base card of 315. capacity is now given as 14,400 but the figure is misleading in that the Once recovered from war wounds a detailed set ot reasons why Tel It Iowa 15-14 wl~h a quick bas· -he was a marine officer-Farm- had not been L'anked, and wt/, keto Meyer made an Indiana en minules left, Williams made it In 1935 and again in 1940 he was number of seats in the big barn is 12,500. Don't know if suggestions er became a dependable ground by golly, he would be' ranki 45-40 with a free , throlW. Hamllvoted the American league's most are in order, but the releases report that Minnesota put up glass backfree throw to tie things up with ton managed another tip-in to valuable player. boards and increased the seating capacity by almost 4,000. Up there gainer last season and in one game second only over their bruilli seven minutes left. Jorrenaen make it 47-40 as the fire wagon ~b~Od~I~'e~s;. made a.n Iowa hee throw and continued to roll. All-Star Team Named the teams don't cut loose with the ball until they see the whites of returned a kickoff 92 yards. Ritter mJssed two for IDdIana. With five minutes left Joreenthe spectators' eyes. The sub-committee headed' by F .G, Higbee reIves did it again with another sen and Wier came back In the ST. LOUIS (JP)- Although the ports on Feb. 3 and it Is hoped that something constructive can be basket to make it 18·15, Iowa. With ,arne but red-headed Murray St. Louis Cardinals subdued the undertaken after the state high school basketball tournament in four minutes left in the half Ives fouled out immediately. Spencer Boston Red Sox In the World March. 3 connected again to give Iowa a hit on a 8e~ shot but Hamilton Series, the American league pen- - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - STARTS five-point margin. Ives hit his continued red·hot and matched nant winners outplaced the world Days Visit Quaker Oats Plant fourth of five shots a moment la' his basket to make it (9.'2 at champions 5 to 2 on the 19-1.6 Chicago Whips Grinnell SUN. Only ter to make it 22-15. the four m1nule mark. aU-star team announced yesterday CHICAGO (JP)- The University Fifteen members of Delta Sigma Jorgensen added a neat pivot Indiana stalled but Iowa came by the Sporting News. of Chicago ,b asketball team paced Pi, professional commerce ira (4. The Incomparable DELORES DEL RIO Returns in shot to increase the Hawkeye lead back as Spencer hit again to 49-44. Detroit with two places and the by Fred De Graw and Wallace ernity, made an industrial tour to 24·15 with one minute left io Magnusson was fouled but missed New York Yan.kees and the an Unusual Foreign Film Set in Authentic Riley, with 14 and 16 points, through the Quaker Oats plant the half. Herb Wilkinson cut loose two tree throws. Jorgensen fouled Cleveland Indians with one each respectively, tUrned back Grinnell in Cedar Rapids yesterday. Mr. OLD MEXICO. a push shot with the gun which Williams who missed, and Spencer were the only other clubs accord52-40 last night. Arthur Poe of the Cedar Rapids was ruled no good. swished another basket to bring it ed on the team chosen for the Capturing its third win in nine plant arranged the tour. Ive's ekht-polnt aprlnt was up to 49-46. baseball publication by 298 memthe high point of the. balf which Williams made a free throw to bers of the Baseball Writers' starts, Chicago piled up a 30-21 halftime margin after the lead had laW both team a Uttle off in acput it 50·46 but Herb Wilkinson association of America.. changed hands twice in the first curacy but 10D&' on firM. added an Iowa basket with a min· period. Grinnell failed to come Williams opened the second half ute left to make it 50-48. Ives Pirates Go All Out with a fast break basket to core drove in, was fouled, missed his PITTSBURGH (JP)- The extent within six points of matching the in 15 seconds of play. Spencer cut first shot and Iowa took it out to which the new owners of the count thereafter. loose another cross-country set of bounds. Pittsburgh baseball club are goshot which made the count 26·17. Doors open 1:15 - 9:45 The try failed and Indiana got ing in efforts to develop a winWatson came right back to dup- possession of the ball. Jorgensen ning team is shown in the anlicate the effort for an Indiana :fouled Hamilton and went out of nouncement yesterday that membasket. Williams made his sec· the game and the Indiana star bers of the largest scouting stat! ond basket from far out and the took the ball out but lost it on time. in irate history and the heads of score was 26-21 as the Hoosiers Ives fouled out and Indiana took the 12-club farm system will NOW ends -TUESDAYI rallied. it out of bounds as the game end-/ gather here next week-end to Spencer stopped the rush with ed. perfect the organization. a free throw but Watson puf Indlana back on the road with DOGn Open 1:15-9:45 a buket from close ID. Jorcensep retaUated with a neat pivot




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The 1947 edition of the Iowa swimming leam will make their debut Monday night at Evanston, Ill., when they engage a strong and able Northwe8tern team. Coach Dave Armbruster and his

In Coaching Switch at Oklahoma-

Wilkinson Gets Top Spot

By DON PADILLA Fireworks broke loose in Iowa fieldhouse yesterday afternoon as a stunned crowd of onlookers watched a powerful Hawk wrestling team obliviate Bradley Tech, 38-0. Elapsed tlme for the dual meet was exactly one hour as two matches were won by forfeit, five by falls, and a single decision. To [ill out the card two exhibJtion bouts were staged in the 121-pound and 175-pound classes. Bradley, a comparatively weak qutfil, l1ever had a chance as the Hawks, for their first taste of competition, made a runaway ot the match. Demonstrative of how the Hawks made a complete job of Tunning their n'eighbvr state ri-

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NORMAN, Okla. (JP)-President George Cross of the University of Okl~oma announced yesterday Charles (Bud) Wilkinson, the Sooners 8lIsistant football coach, bad been elevated to the head coaching position to succeed Jim Tatum who resigned to accept a post as head coach and athletic director at the University of Maryland . . Tatum said he regretted leaving Oklahoma but believed. the move afforded his family more security and himself a greater opportunity as a coach. The genial mentor, who coach0_ ed the Sooners to co-championJOE "THE HANDYMAN" SCARPELLO applies th e pressure to Bill FaJl of Bradley Tecb In an exhlbl- ship of the Big Six conference and tlon match yesterday afternoon. Outwei,hed 30 pounds by his bulky opponent, Scarpello made bl. fint a Gator Bowl victory his first year appearance In an Iowa uniform an Impressive one as he pinned Fall early In the second period. Tbe at O.U., sal dhe had requested and freshman 175.pounder Is 1\ former National A.A.U. champion. the board of regents had released

:;.~~::o:,::,~;g~;:;'';;o~~I McChesney In the 128-pound division Rum_ my Macias floored Bob Pocklington in 1:37, and the time might have been shorter had Macias been able to catch his man. The bll thrill of the afternoon came In th e nex t rna t c b , a 136 pound affair. Duane "Red" Hanson walked out from his ke d rBadl ey ' s Dave corner, p Ic Cady up and slammed him to Iowa's 23rd Annual University tb e mat In j u5t 18 an d 0 ne- b. a If seconds to come within one Relay carnival was renewed yes- terday afternoon for the first time haIf second of equalling the Iowa record. In 1924 D.W. in three years. The feature race of ' t ., I I James set the record of 18 sec- th e d ay, th e In er-sororl y re oY. went to the McChesney House. on ds afa I ns t MI nneso ta, Only match to go the full limit One record was tied during saw Hawk Roy Pickett outclass the course or events. Eugene Dustin Favorite, 8-3. In command Freels equaled Henry Vollen Qf the situation all the way, Roy welden mark of :08.1 In the 70time and again had ilie T e chard low hurd.les. man's shoulders easing towar<;ls Captain Mel Rosen led the Mcthe canvas, but slippery Favorite Chesney team to an easy victory wiggled his way out. in the mile and a half race. TeamOpening up a cut over Dave mates John Merkel, Bob Smith · k son gave R osen a Lauck's left eye in the first min- an d Da1e ErlC ute of action, Capt. Ed Kemp fairly su~sta~tial lead whi~h. he ground his opponent into the mat, ~ever rehnqUlshed. The winning winning by fall in 3:17, after time was ~:O:;. . scoring a near faU within the first Alpha XI Delta With Joh n Oxley minute. \ at the helm won its heat of ilie The final two pairin,s follow. event,. but . could rate no better ed In the same pattern as Ray than f.fth m the final ~tandln?s I',arlson and Bob Gelgel made whj~h were made on a POint ba~ls. 'tb I til d btl' DIck Hoerner showed prorruse , e r wres nil' e u s It spec· l'n tossl'ng the shot put 47 feet. IacuIar fas h ion. Also in the event were John McCarlson, in the 165-pound class Kay and Bob Nelson who threw threw Clyde Todd in a short at- the metal sphere over 40 feet. ternoon's work that lasted only Freels was a double winner 43 seconds. leading the field in the 70-yard Rival Joe McDermott of the hllh burdles as well as the low visitors received the same t reat· timbers. His time of ;08,8, In ment from Geigel, retiring in 4:19. the hllhs belD&' only a tenth of The two exhibition bouts pro· a second off the exlstinl record d' vided a carload of excitement for held by George Saling and Bush Lamb. .the full gallery. , Little Vern McCoy spotted sevA tie developed in the 60-yard en pounds plus to Chuck Gr.een· wood of Bradley, and in a grueling match defeated his heavier

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dash as two Dick's, Washington and Overton finished in a dead heat. Clair Jennett took the pole vault , soarJ'ng 11 feet. 6 inches . In the intramural half of the el t'ti k rays, compe 1 on was very een. Delta Upsilon won the first heat 't L I f th o e Fra t erm y eague re ays, and thel'r tl'me of 1'. 17.6 was good enough to win the entire relay. Sigma Nu placed second with a time of 1:19.3. The Qua~le rela.y was tbe second intramural event on the program. Lower C outran Upper B and came in with the wlnnine time of 52.7. In the SKL lea,ue South Quad n won with a time of 58,2 defeatin&' tbelr only contender, South Quad L A tie also resulted in the high jump. Erdenberger and Brewton both hit 5-10 and one-half inches. Ike Johnson, Iowa's number one broad jumper last season showed h e was stl'11 master at this event leaping 20 feet and two inches.

Offer Abel Cestac Shot At Louis in Argentina DES MOINES (JP)- Pinkie George, manager of Abel Cestac, Argent'In e hea V y weI.'ght ,sal'd yesterday he had receIved an offer fOr Cestac to box Joe Louis at Buenos Aires when the World's Heavyweight Champion appears there Feb. 23 on his six-week South American boxing tour. George, who said the offer came from Billy McCarney who is booking Louis' exhibitions, also said representatives of promoters in South America had asked about the availability of Cestac.

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Pole vault-Won by Jennett; secondt Broad Jump-Won by Johnson; second " .~ Ird A Ib rI I ht and Lindeman. Thorpe. Heleht 11 feet 8 Inches. Couey; ... Shot put-Won by Hoerner; ."cond Mc- Ued. DIstance 20 feel 2 Inches. Kay; third Nelson. Distance 4T feet. inter-sorority relay-Won by McChes1o-yard hleh hurdle .....Won by Freels: ney House (Merkel). Smllh, Erickson and second, Coffey; third Merkel; fourth ROHn,; second Currier Hatt; third Kappa Stoll. Time :08.7. Alpha Theta; fourth Ea,I Lambert; tllth SO-yard crash-Won by Washln,lon and Alpha XI Delta: Ilxth Zeta Tau Alpha. 0 verlon. led; I • •• lhIrd SI mpson; ! outth TI me u:~ Lay. Time :06.4 The result.: Hlah jump-Won by Erdenber,er and Fr.torDII)' Le.... Brewton Ued ; third Slolt; lourth Eno. I. Delta Upsilon (Hltt. B.C.. Hart, HeI,M ~ feet 10'f.a Inches. B.W. Weiss, Shaw. easlavka, and 70-yard low hurdles-Won by Freels; Cole, second CoUey; third C91fey; fourth II. SI""a Nu (Keloo. Hudson, Cilihero. Johnson. Time :08.1. (Tie. record set by Goodrich. Uknes. and TUcker) . Vollenweider In 1942) • Tlme-l :l1.' -------------team that has strength In every


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position. At one forward is Jerry Megan, top scorer of the team. In 11 games Megan has poured in a total of 119 points for an average of almost 11 points a game. ais best remembered performance has the 32 point barrage he laid down against St. Wenceslaus of Cedar Rapids in the season's opener, The other forward is Bill McMahon who has scored 66 points. Wild Bill is a usually dependable scorer and good rebounder. Bill

him from his three-year contract. Tatum declined to disclose how much he would receive at Maryland but it was reported he would get $12,000 a year. Under his three-year contract at Oklahoma, Tatum was to begin at $8,000, receive $9,000 the second year and $10,000 the third. The ,regents last week gave him a salary boost reported to raise him to $12,000 per year. Wilkinson, who looks young enough to scamper with the Sooner varsity, played guard on Bier_ nie Bi<;lrman's all-victorious Minnesota teams of 1~34 and 1935 and quarterbacked the 1936 (;(llden Gophers. He was assistant football coach on the Syracuse and Minnesota statts prior to his enlistment In the navy in 1942. The personable Wilkinson coached the centers nnd quarterbacks on Don Faurot's Iowa Pre-.Flight Seahawks !n 1943 and later was hanger deck ofticer on the aircraft carrier U.SS. Enterprise.

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making the Wildcats their first victim along the road to a Western . Conference champIonship. Included in the ensemble which Coach A.r mbruster has put together thIS year are such capable performers as Wally Ris, who won the National A.A.U. tiUes in the 100 and 220-yard free styles 'l t' t G t wh I e a ~avy r.amee a rea Lakes,. Dl~k MalOe, conference champIOn In the 150-yard back· ~troke, Kenny Marsh , who placed 10 both the 10 and 100-yard free style events at the conference meet last year, and Bob Matters, another swimmer who placed in the conference meet last year while a navy tralrtee It Mi chigan. Matters is a 200 yard breast stroker. Other standout letterme. on tbe Iowa .quad include, Ervin Straub and Vito Lopln. New· comers to the SQuad In the persons of Duane Draves a· stroker, and Nick Connell and Bill McI)onald. both divers. should ..really atrell&1hen Iowa's title bopes. Northwestern will present a mighty stumbling block to the

invading Hawkeyes. Althou,h they dropped tbeir opening con· terence ml!et to a strong Purdue team, 44-40, the issue was In doubt until Purdue won the last relay event. The most notable' Wildcat natators are Ronnie T r u mb 1 e, conference diving 'cha~pion i.n 1943, Dick Huesner, a middle distance free styler who won both .'he 220 and 440 yard events agalOst Purdue. Bob Tannehlll 'and Jim Robertson, backstrokers, and Bill Martinacek and Pred Nicklic. breaststrokers. The Hawk swIl1U11el'll baft mor tba th n1Inar7 IDee. tlv e to n In ~b~ _ _ Lu~ e . ~.- •• • th •__ ~ year a. NWI . .me ~ .....their season .... n.t Not1hwestern aDd autlered their 0lIl1 dual meet lou of Uae seuon. A victory In this _ , could be J It &h W to h I u e I1&' pus ow. to tbe centerence cbalDlJlousbip. Iowa swimmers making the trip: Lopin (capt.). Ris, Dravesj Straub, Zakrzewski, Moore, Connell, Marsh, Korte, Maine, Matters, H'utinger, McDonald, and Luke.



Missouri Drops Hus en COLUMBIA, MO. (.4')- The University of Missouri kept undisputed possession of first place in the Big Six conference basketball championship race by defeati ng Nebraska, 47 to 41, here last night.

BLOOMINGTON, IND. (.4')Michigan State's veteran swimmlng team won eight of nine events to take an easy victory over Indiana yesterday, 61 to 23, Indiana's only victory came in the ==========================~ 150-yard back stroke, where Tom I Gastineau nosed out Don Korten - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. . of Michigan State. ed 83 markers and his work In the pivot spot has lett little to be .:I as ked 1or. H' e s hig, ruggeUl an d hard to stop under the basket. At ~he guards are Bob Grady and M~rt Herdliska. Grady is an alert and clever player with plenty of ability. Herdliska, built like a fullback, covers plenty of ground and can come through with the points when they're needed. Reserve strength has been one . problems for coach of the bIg Kritta this year. but it begins to appear that his worries are becoming less bothersome. Duffy and Tate have shown in recent games that they have the stuff to


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Previous records or comparative scores don't mean a thing when St. Patrick's high school steps on the hardcourt to face · St. Mary's Ramblers. And that's just what is going to happen Wednesday night at the Ramblers gym. :ss:ee~m:u~th~,~r~a~n~fY~c~e~n~te:r~.~h~a~s~n~o~t~ch~.~f~i1~l~t~h~e=g~a;p~.========::::!=::::::==========::::=::====::::::=~ The two annual blashes wlth:= St. Mary's are red-letter dates on the sports calendar at St. Patriclt's. An otherwl'se mediocre . br 'f t h season IS a g .success I e Shamrocks can Win both games. In this coach Cliff Kritta's eighth !eason at St. Patrick's, the Shamrocks have taken seven victories as against j~st three defeats. Two of theIr best games were against St. Ambrose of Dav_ enport and St. Mary's of Muscatine. The south-siders field a rangy




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Bruins Whip Chicago BOSTON (.4')..... With Woody Dumlrt Icoring twice. the Boston Bruins strengthened their hold on the National hockey league's third .berth by topping the Chicago BIaCkhawks, 3-1, last night before a packed 13,900 crowd at the Boston Garden. It was the Bruins' second triumph ln four nights -liver th last· place 'Ha wks on Botton Ice. 0

Grant Hampton. Divorce Bvelyn Hampton was grlnted yesterday from Earl liampton on a cruelty charlie. She 'iras liven cuatody of a dau,hter, Janie, Swisher and Swisher were her attorney••


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ralnst 205-pound Bill Fall. Tbis ' was no new job for Joe, who has made a habit of trlmmlnl I muck heavier opponents and In this bout was spottlnr 30 pounds to the Tech wrestler. It appeared all though Fall never knew what hit him as the aggressive Scarpello used a bag of tricks that tags him as one of the best prospects in these parts in many a year, I After playing with his man dur_ in~ the first period, Scarpello pinned Fall in three seconds of the second time limit. Next meet for the Hawks Is " with Wiscon si n at Madison, Feb• ruary 1.


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Chava SheltUr of Palestine 11161 night condemned the British tor carrying out imperialistic policies in her homeland and praenfed oer own solution \0 Ule'l'aleli\ini p~ .. , blem. . r Declaring that friction does not at present exisf between the Jews and Arabs, Mia '~(a~ that frlcUol) lieI ratil~ Witil ~e BJ;itlih who. she said. are inte{esled In eaiIJinc as \Dllny troqp bases in Palestirle, as t><>sslble to protect their interests in the mid: die east. Miss Sheltzer asserted that the British are sendi(l, troops ·to P"lestine to s~ure tn'el own militarY position In the 'l1ld~ cast,' not ~ a. me~:}s of ~a~. the P_Iestin41 ~Ituahon. . Sbe. ouUined a ~.r9,r~t'~ ,COt



luliQn of the Palestine Palestine for unlimiled Jewish don't and that lillie is known aw)llch would Include: immigration. Scientists have prov- bout Russia's opinion. 1. Qnlimited ImmiJTation rllh~ en \hat Palestine is still capable of "Palestine is preparing today to (oJ; every Jew 'who wishes to enwr absofbin& millions more Jews. Un- absorb great numbers of Jews by ~.,.~e .._ • . 2. ~~tl&il tQl'Ulatioo of a Jew- for~natelY there are not t his starting new settlements and developing agriculture and industry. isb state In the whole of Palestine many left. even in Europe." Miss Sheltzer does not think These preparations meet with prothrO\lih wl1lch the Jaws woul4 have ~ a strone reprllMntBUon in United Nations' interven t ion test (rom the British. the- government. would help solve internal dillic:ul"But Palestine Jews are helping 3. ltd.~tion, cultivation and in- ties ill her country. "Since we tneEuropean Jewry .all ways and duslt-la1[zation ' of lar;e tracts of have {lo Jl\wlsh representatives in PalesUn:e land heretofore unculti- the lJni\ed ~atlons I think it is means because the)' <;onsider clos_ v,ted. · , impossible for them to decide fair _ ing of the gates to Palestine ilThe Jew. do not advocate Arab ly how to deal with the people." legal," ~'ion· lnto the ClOunt~, Miss She added, "before bringing a Miss Sheltzel' explained that ~eltJer ~aiq, ~auH Arabi can problem like this to the United there m·e three Jewish undergrou~ttle JD .oUter \lnds. She claimed. Nations we should come to an un- : nd movements. The majority of ""t 1I.Hl Jejf4 nave onlY Palestine derstanding within our country. the Jews belong to Hagana, but .!...Ulelr ~litrl io' tile tirst pl.c~ She said the Jewish people feel there are two small aggressive -in· wh\Ch to ..ttle. that the United States favors Jew- I movements in which members are ! ~I ~ted 14lt't Were is roo~ Ish Immigration that the Bitirsh not acting under authority. but



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Royal Romance Favored LONDON (A")-The Sunday Pictorial in a tinal report on its unprecedented royal romance poll said yesterday that 64 percent ot thousands of letters from Bd· IIsh readers favored the marriage of Princess Elizabeth. Englanq's future queen, to Prince Philip of Greece.


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its good name. ils good reputaijoo if we idly sit by and allow a milltary coup d·etat. thugs and rutfia ns to take over the statp ~o'l(ernment. It is your government, it is your fight." Referring lo pending litigation. challenging Talmadge's rfeht the governorship Arnall saiei "the pretender has served notic~ on ~Ii~ people tbat he regards the courts as being without juriljdict!on.l ! Added Arnall : "That. Ill): friends, is anarchy." Asst. Atty Gen. Dlln Duke, ~h9 won national recognifion a~ prpsecutor of the Ku Klux Jqa~ ~g~ the Columbians, Inc., declared: "If Tallllad&,e should "nof~ an adverse decision of the c:o~F'" there will be bloodshed IJ1. pe: orrla." Public expression mea~~hile. ·

took the form of antl-Talmadllj meetings and resolutions (0 var';' I~US parll of the state. O~~ m,3I! ml!etlpg ~al held rrid~y' pl~t lit B~rnl!sville, Gil., and ' ¥fstef$lay the Gainesville, Ga., Bat a~ocja­ tion adopted a resolution char,ing TaJm~dge and his associate~ wrth having seized the gove r l1ment by torce and with "openly de{Yina the courts and the orderly pr~cesll of ·!~w.!' ' Tbe par ali{lociatioo <;Ojld~lllp'ed 1'1I1~d'~'~ cOlle. ap,~ ctl;claFe? "W~ pl~Je ~ur~~!~~ to th~ HSF ~I' · riel1Hul ffi~~P.~ s~¥-~ ~ur ,~tat!l. ana pur c""\11~a~i9nt ap.~, r'F , \J~F ,fl gtqer ,<:I~I~!l~ tQ o tt~e-







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Craqwc railway COmP311Y 01. ficials begain investigation 1fI. terday of the headon collision 01 two Crandie interurban car, in w~ich Mllr&lIt4!t 14ose~. 21. 'OWl City. 'Inll ~\yo ot~~r ~~zp~n {/lire tnjured about 12:30 p.m. hlday. The collision occured on I curve south of the Cou sUltio!). Widw,a)' betw,li!" IOwa city lind Cedllr Rapids. MIll Mosek:, who suffered shock. C111$ and bruises and head inJur~. was reported in fairly aoQd "'eIin. dition Cedar Rapids ' Mere,. hospital yesterday. The other two women., Mrs. R. W. Menzie. 56\ Oakdale. and Mrs, Nora Schooler, 64, Iowa City and Cedar Falls. were treated al the Ceaar Rapids l10spitai fot: cuts lind bruises. Ullin dismissed.

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wht;,ther it's a cave{llan act o¢ a mauh unt or j usl two lovt l;Iitd3 ~ sugg~$tion comes froln the B • .' . ' Valentin.j!·s Day w~s pll\bned and ~ F{,)On SHo.P to see yOU lor the boy a n.d girl wl1osf! h~rtij through those ted[ous houl4 . of never grow too old to remetT\ber. study ... stock up o~ cheese dl\d <?u.r sUlge:stiol1 Cpr the ide'!: v~I-

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make the MAID-RITE your eating again . .. with Franie Van Liew headquarters. wearing the Sigma Chi pin of president, Jack McLaughlin, and When a dollar is a dollar and Anne Irwin proudJy displaying your pennies count too. one of Jerry Thornton's Phi Delt pin. the best to save them is to keep If your car. like every ' one else. an eye on your shoes. The man to do that is George Spencer in has caught it·s annual winter cold, the DO M BY BOOT REPAIR remember there is no excuse for SHOP. To make an old pair .of being lale or not there at aU. Call shoes look new, have them dyed; a YELLOW CAB! Just diat 3131. to make those school shoes last

the latest hit tunes. These ~nc1udt "Gal 'in S;alico" and "Uncle R~inlll Said" by Tex Beneke. "It's A GO,l)({ Day" by Peggy ~. ~ • Como's latest. ,"Bellinnin,ilf ~ End," lind natur~lly you'll w,!!1 "Th~ ,Oh:l' pa~en B~cket" ~nd ;'~ ~ei\~t ' does Crazy" by Sin, Gmt by. Drop in at $PENPBI'S' ~· MONY H<\tL tomorrow I~d chooSI\ some of thejje top tun~illr you~ co)lection. ' -,~ A new angle , on , "five ~.. parti~ was that demonstrl\~ 1t the 1Sigma Chi l a s t . s.,ms ope of th, pled&ea ~. ed the depinning of one o~ 1IiI' brothe~~ and the replnn,lna 9t ""~ same..iirl to a Phi Psi. Th.' e~ was admirably spen.t ~in&iJll ~ Psi sonp. and cigarette butts '''" ~ssed to mark the OQCaIiQJlp Cra2:Y over Pinney . , . tha~, Arp. Droolin' oyer Loulll ... ~tI l.'~t. the r~vo~t1n' r-:sult? ~ Arp has hung his Beta pin on ~ Currier catch. Pat Pinney.

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A 'certain new establishme~1 0·11 ... I w\lich . recently op~ned b~a&tl!t! a Jban Haelmel. ' Those who .recently passed featin~ cllpaclty of 300 •. but ".in·1 Ul~ ~'i>lnnep test· .. arid are pow' in !t wQ\&~eful how thlS " ~~,rn the higher "school .ot, f~.jning" fotnlchure expand~?" ,.. are Garhlna , l>hi!s' ~.b' Ellen ML!r; phy and Toddy Larsen, with Sob EY,l'yone with ~ record coll~· . ~ap8, ~l Psi. an'd Bob ,McDiln; ,Fan knows it'oS nev(er t:omplete, y~u . ,a14, Sig Epr t~tively •.tbe l1!n¥.. 1 ~Iways want the latest ' am! the best! 'SPENCER'S 1'lLUMONY Worth Singing Abo\lt! They cer· II.t\LL now has in stock soDle 01 tainly are ... those deUciqus home made puqtpkin, ' minc~ - and lempn pie$ to ' b~ served today at tb~ TWO-lMlLE INN~ ~e~!des the pi~.


admiring 'the dancing of E. K, Larsen, OU,. and Pat Chesebro, Pi Phi. You can bet before the evening's over they'll order those . jumbo sized steaks, topped off with crispy french fries. So for a



crackers, The B , ant! N fOOD S~OP l~ renowned fOI: its lBrae I $~Ie~lion of all kind$ ot cf~. Other goodies' to kl!tlP around the ~oom are -candy bars, dou~~nuts or ~rispy ~~& K.orn. Shop fO!\l,Ol" row at the Band B FOO~ StU,lJi. Iowa City's newest delicalesstn and sandwich shop.

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Any 0 n e that sees Marian Townsley doesn't have to look twice to see that a new sparkle haB been added to her personality lax and eIJ1.Q% I)lQu;elt. onc~ in a ... could be that diamond she re11~ llnd JOE'I-n..jlnt 'llI~ place cently acquired from Jim High, ~ tIW.*: With ;rOUI: favorite land, Hillcrest. v.f.t~,e~ your .' favorl\" frlends. an1~~' ~~ lel'yice of In these pre-final days to keep ;~,,~6.~ ~ ~~\ 'D~ing you ,oing full steam abead we recommend you eat at the MAID. ~ ~ ~uty. probl~ are 801v- lUTE. Why not start the day off '" 'tV6eri 10'& "b(Qr..:tOe !leW TusIIy riaht w~th a good. healthy breakonly ma~ Inde-up Bet at WIUTthat [i¥J~~ii6~~~u~~r~' 'I'bis TuIl8y lit conaistl is fut The neW 'finiahinl touch" TOP ~Iallzes In servln,.teaJu. makeup bale with. matched and choPs, aandwicbel. ad watnes ·at bleoded lJpetlclt and roup. So I low budget costs. For tops in 'food ..., to apply, tb\i 'UrUIlIln& ~h' it'l TIP-TOP SANDWICH &BOP. mat• .;up baR COIflti ,.. t;9.II. ~~lum, iDd dark ",til ~WUck It .eems rile lovely ladle.; of and J'OIII8 toned ' to ~ ,our EiUI lAmbert bouae are baviac COD).p~iOb. And •...b. I)'OU~ 10 1M.'! tUn lbeJf share of five- WDT'8 picldnJ up ou. latest rved pipin. hot? Etp, 1Jtl....... 'rbe .."" . _ "l!""" conaum!DI of D~ ~ ~ ~ wt~'., ""!P(' toast and coflee to bQot ~Ddies wu to L"f.tebll1te J:: ~ _ ~ . . . • ,~I q",,* ~ dr .. a typical ~ - 1lI~ meat 01 J)h:ie ~ n" ~lt ~heQ ~ tHlli ~t If*¥l'. &I handx, jUif SIIJdeI' on\! 1hz . aacrdi" n., ~e. at Wid'i 8' otten! ~.,. a~ ·the street from campus,

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Ihesll pr~­ [Inal,;'days makt! ' lt a habit to eat plenty of lrul '. 'Delicious II pple~ . .• _lant app"s ... j\jicy "Tel)ip,Le'" «inn,es' from the FRU~T 8A8b~ ' CQll~t1tute added energy.

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Newesl tblnr In' tost~'Jew­ elry t~.~ .r~.r_ 'J nes, ~PJ, Is wearl~ I. Qle" JS,y.~" II. A. E. "In! COllp'a&a. ' , Quddy Hart. Buster's.double, has 100t hia Mart but we \mow wber' to tind it ... at the' U. ol North .. ~. . . . . , 1 Dakota where a certain PI I'tii, Be:sidl!s apples and oranges Bev BrynjoifsOI1. now wellrs I}IS at tile · B~SK.ET you can D.U.l>in. S~~ iP,'..~! ' gr:aP.~tlillt lind bana-:. - '. , has. ~~e , it Il habit to stqck up Are you lookmg tor those after tiaily on fruit from the ' f'RUIT Christmas special~ that. malte ~~\ir aAsi(E'r , money golarther? Then sto~ ~ in 'A~" "'" •• ~ lit the H " II Hd~s~~. wher~ :' i(\.Ill\ot& .\we 'flying that a chspecials . and IQw pd~es Iq liil~ i.Jin, l;lo,b, ~~elahd huug '. hL~ Bela in hand, Sweaters, ,cardig4'.1! JIflCl ,pin' la~t ·satq,~dIlY. "Rosy" denies sUI? covers in ,a~most everY col~l'; it~l ~t )t:s,nie; b\akes a good story. are marked ,down 25 perl:e~t, ,tAt heO\II he aw~eQiId OJ! Sunday to this s~me special P~~EI !~I\i,~r ,,~ '~nQ '~l!J. pr~loui ~\n "?i~41J:'9d s~J~Ctiq? of lovel~ pJous : . (. W"'''I ~JCL, ~ .)i..~ l.of.i~ .ijrlt\h~ 1 which mcludes. in aU ,sha ts , ilbll thaHt oQUICt be iOUlld at the Theta colors. wool and ~i1~ :j~~yS'; "ill IlQIise: UpQI1· al'rivhig',~ere "Rosy" w~ol polo shirts aD~ !aile spo,Pt \VB{ ptalt by a cI'lorus of dams~lrts. I! you would ll~ tp. buy .._ seJs..~atdll\tf~ 'him on his pinmght gown. either for 'you'rallf ot nln,,<ltl'pra(ds~:-- with il bis own lor a gift. be sure to ~ee tbose dlplOmaUc , tactic's; /Ie re»o~ the H & H HOJ8EBY have'9D ,sQl~, ~in a~C\ lef1. \'{llaf' we :'ft1l \0 at half price. Oaln .on v,I',le9 ~ , ~rro'V, ill, ''WIi.t 'drtr~he do wttrt bis save on dollars at ·the 11 • 'S pin whell lie ·Ie(tr' i I HOI8IRY. · 'II . • , ..., - -' . YQll· ~ Yi.!.vJliil I~'~~' aqq ~ou "Watch the ·BoY.!i"~ ' m~st be know I•. whet:e ' Pl. get it! JOE'S Mary Hamilton's new motto, .'lor ~C~ of~ <:o~rsef , . DuJ:ing these this winsome l lll~sie: ot west~aWn Ii,» pre-final Id ays when the strain is now tile can;taker of Bob ~0)'~'8 what" i~ ' is;' neew. to re8AE pil1. . ; ;.,' . ·':1' ' Not to ' admit th_t, We're IsloW.oh the draw , but it seems ' two IIDT'•• Ethel <1ordon and Phyllis .M;,rgo.)in, ar,e and hlillC been ·'t\!... ri~ Phi E,p .pins. for quite. a , aPiU.~'i'he pins owners tIC Bob" Lubin' Mark ' RavrebY ... les~tlveiY: ' 4'

IJWEJl~ER.'S . Foun&aln S~dal! .• Take some Sidwell qull1i1 cMkd lee cream, add saul.e ~r· lick's malted, 1Ilix: well, tl)P Wilh wItlpped cream. and W~&I !Ie ),011 have? .•. an exu-a t"*, cr,a,my ma!ted IIlilk. B()A. NER'S serve tbeae liiseiOas JUtlte4IJ with walen for !'lilY ~5e. IP\8n to ...eet t~ ,a",al BO~~NER'8 toMorrow 1I1l!4 IV' ,ry \laY.


The Phi have prganized a new Wednesday Afternoon Club. and 'tis said the ~rol,lp : ls st~l1dny growihg 'in members. But 'bet~hll \lone of them are on the "Dllan's ' Honor Lisl." • , Even ' previous to YalenUn~'s , Day Cupid shot !he arrow and his pinned "victims" were Barb,ij! Jonl:s, ADPJ, and Oick Boyl8,O,

·An~ (hen H,t're / Is iiI' sleepy young n;ta~ \ .'~o ' awak~'je:l in ot ~ of IUs ' ,'\Ofm.S to hear It,~ 1::1111& ci11ed; 8X11OUhded it l1'aat lenlth on OIl; .vlews ot what he thought ~l! profs qU~P\1 was, thlm dlsP\1te4 ; th,e prof: ~hert he said he was ·{akin., )the !floral man's vie \V ~f 'It. '. .I ,..

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short Q.rders, and , ice . cream and malts. Come on alit toda~ and jo~n the gang, with "Doc !'n Belty" ~\ the TWO· MILE INN. .


over the joint {let's keep pOlsouallte out of thls) which say "gain' South" ... well. anyhow. there is still the "brain" who had her own version and read it "go in South" and walked all around the block to do it. "Ain't funny. McGee,.'.'

Margaret Horton. Chi O. now bears on her h81\d Art Keller's "seal of approval" .. , namely on third linger. left hand.

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~ake it 1\ 'fwq-~P.1e at S,,"IUlZER'S INN! A delightful atmo~­ phere, pluli d.licious looP ma~e ~W8I~BIB'~ INN, form,{ly ~Q Hot Fish Shop. The place to cel.So Long In Bargllins is what br\te. With ~ c~oice 9~ ~~ aJ¥\ people say who shop at MUL· 1M f\lOds. 1~~~U4i~g I'r.~~h . fri~ 11\ a~we1' to whal bill" FORD'S ELECTRIC. And with shrimp, filet of pike and catfish dr....,a young . maD on 1""'& .. MULFORD'S special sa,le this eampus ! will wear fpr apott • cuual OCC:UIOIll, "'HU'I,,~


the lioUy,WOOd Ro'lJ«' Spot''- _ .

another semester, have them haltsated and heeled. Service is prompt and good, you don't have. to run around bare-looted Jon,. When you have any shoe repair work to be done, take it to the D9QY BOOT SHOE REPAIJ 8 ~. Make your shoes last, and y""r ",nnies count.

give your name and address and a friendly YELLOW CAB driver will be there to get you to your destination on time I Remember in a YELLOW CAB five can ride for the price of one.






week on toaster.... br;,n....... ~.,

heaters, lamps and vllses you can s t ret chit even farther. With prices ~arked down III a~", ~r' a iOQd time to piclf up '~~ ¥ewa 'Spose you all b~n re~dini (0. the hOllle or for. ~ I~p ~t -The Gomma Phi's have done it those signs literally plast\ll'ec1 all ~~CWIl'8 tomorro:.y aa,X.e!

Py .YD. U', s~th,iDi rullX ~, I IID~ the smartest wls\l,1't Iblrt ,01 .1 the year with b\l~nlellll cq1IJ/0t.4. W. bAl.", beije .canarl, bro\l!~ awll at.. til.. U;ilrll ael fa~~ apd wu~bl'. Priced ko!"_1t.boII to ''1.00 at BRIMBR'8 \1\,. ~ are a InUIt .tor your wardfobl. Tailored by BVD In luxul')' ~ rica and DeW thay:U be VIIi r... of \b4 cll,lllPl,Ia, Re~ III ..t you, ~01l1Wooc:t RoM. Shirl at . . ~a'8 tom~. ,

or that 7\111lm)' Chicken in the ~ Y.~l.i.~l!> wron,. Co~e ""t to ~'X.~8 INN. relax, enJ~ al ~1Q~ ~er. and come

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WANTED TO RENT , $40 REWARD for infor mation leading to apt. or house furrUlheli or unfUrnished for vet, wife, aIjd 3 yr; old girl. Call 6636. .

STUDENT and busin ess wile desirf. apt, or kitcllen privileges until June graduation. Phone Sasser at 9767. WANTED: Apt. or house. Needed 00 all before March firl\t by 10tal busiollB&lllan and wife. PermaDellI. Dil\l 2161. or 7745.


BONUS for small apt, to rent by married vet in June or Sept. Call Ext. 8037. WAN'rED: Approved room for girl starting second semester. Prefer home with other girl if possible. WritAi SO", 1-39, Oaijy Iowan.





It Will Pay You

WANTED: Cocker Spaniel pup. Call 9671. Russ Roder or Willis Otto.

To ~ee Us Before You Sell

WANTED TO BUY: Two squash rackets Call 7880.

Any Make or Model


You'll Catch Up With the Crowd at DUFFY'S


FOOD thaf ,.4tu'U like wJth the

LOST; Cold cap to wine Eversharp ~ollntain pen. Call Cur'tier Hall, Ext. 542. LOST: Will the person who picked up the gray herringbone coat wi th the initials C. W. N., D&L, please return It to the D&L grill where he will find his own coat.

Beddln" Furniture and Draperies Dep".

,Kirwan Furniture

FREE Business Educallon When You Enroll In Our College SliBSISTENCE - TUITION - BOOKS - SlJl'J'L1£S Supplied b,. U. S. Government COMPLETE ACCOUNTING COURSE Call Today for Complete Information


MOTOR SERVICE BaUer,. Service Ind Tire Repall'8 8orenson " Jobnaon TEXACO SERVICB E. Colle,e Phone 'J/U3


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GIlMAN PH.D. BEADING TEST The German Ph.D. readilli test 'Nill be given Wednesday, at 4 P.m. In room 104, Schaeffer hall. Those expecting to take the test .hollld sign up In room 101, Schaeffer hall, before Tuesday.

Walking Comfort Expert Shoe Repaa at BLACK'S SHOE SHOP 2la6 B. Wasblll,ton

HOBBY HARBOR YOW' .."lIby Center In Iowa City for Supplies and Glftl BOBBY HARBOR 210 N. Linn PhoDe 8-0(7'

Norge Appliances lad,. 8token PlumblDl, HealiDII IOWA CITY Plumbing Heatini IUt S. Linn Dial 5870

8ATTERY CBAIlGING Both fast and Blow 'YIr&U'. Standard Service Phone 908t Cotner LIDD " Collce

• Daf' Service ·Work Guarlnteed ~• • DeUveq

reports and lheses Deatquitlkl, 't)'llewrlttea.


Sound Service

N~t~ Public 101 Iowa StQte Bank . Bleil. Dial 2658.

registrar's olu;;;:-;.s soon as a completed 'application is filed, university students wlll be given a conditional admission to the gradua!ecollege so that they may complete their registration for the ieC!lnd semester. Graduate college students who secured registration materials from the dean's office must have their registration approved by the dean before going 10 I~wa Union on Jan. 23.


PATCH plastering also basements waterproofed, No job too small or too large. Dial 3030.


MARY' V. BURNS pale 2


assured by

SU'lITON RADIO SERVICE Guaranteed Repairing Pick-up & Delivery RADIOS-PHONOGRAPHS in stock for .ale In Eo Market Dial l1li Time and Money




• • East con.. · DIal IIA

We Fix-It I!!hop All types of skates lharpeae4 b¥ ~cblne meUlod. All home appliances, f1UIIt locka, e&c. repaired. W.H.BENDEB,PNPrietor lll~ E. Wuhlnrtoa Ph. till

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James Walton. Charged

With Child "'e.ertion Mr. and Mrs. J4lmes Wal.ton, tII'qed with child desertion, will tome before J . M. Kadlec, ,justice ,I the peace, Tuesday afternoon (or ·prellmlnary hearing. Their case was orlglnahy schediliad lor yesterday morning, but lIey asked more time to consult ~ attorney. The couple was ar_ted In Des Moines and brought - 1""1 City Thursday by Harold Glupey, deputy sherif!.

GET YOUR l\utomobU., fender and' body ~epalr and paint work done now at the

Mann Auto Market Your PonUac nealer 121 Ea.t Collele street Dial 9673 or 98'Jt

lops -lnFood- ' It's , TIP;,TO'

Sandwich Shop Fealurln, . • STEAK8

Phone 764.4

"DON" says: If your car Is worth servlclllir. It's wonh servlcinll' right. e Oil • Batlery Service e Gas e Tires

DU'l'IlOS OK RVBBD WELDERS 117 low. Aft.




E. Washington

l.ack 01 Attention to SMALL Details Reduces Car Efficiency


!!I S. Dubuque St.

REWARD for return of black 3-ring note-book taken off our counter, Friday, with yellow in ventory sheets listing books under publisher heading. Urgently needed for opening of 2nd semester. Call Iowa Supply.


Your Car, Like A Baby, Needs Careful Attentio"

OK Rubber Welders


Dial 7972


Your TIre Troubl. Are Over Wbea Yoa Br,lnr Them to Oar Sbo»


FOUNDj Eversha rp, pen . . Owner may. lJave Same by glvmg correGt description and paying for Ulis ad at Dall>, Iowan Busihess Office.

Needs at Kirwan's. Visil Klrwan~


'leterans ., ...

COFFEY'S STANDARD SERVICE BIlJ'llnpon '" Clinton 8t9.

106 South Capitol ClaUDine;!


• SANDWlCH':S e WAFFLES 11'7 lowl 8t.


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CLEAN cmd lD RBP~ I'rohwetD SupplJ Ce. • 8. ClIDtoIl

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(JDd BlocktD9 Hah ~ Oqr Specially

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Pickup and Delivery Service,

OIAL 4433

48 Hour Service

DIAL 4433

We Now Have An Alterations and Repairs Dept,


Your Furnlshin,


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WANTE:O: Apt in Iowa City in exchange for furnished one in Cedar Rapids Write Box G-31, Daily Iowan.


Dial 6838


IUNDS OF INsua.urCI" I. T. MORRISON" CO. ,.\. O. KELLliY 111% S. WlllhlnnoD .t. Phone IU' ,

LOST: Pa rker. 51 Monday noon at Chemistry bldg. or Riverdale. Liberal rewarq. Call Ext. 8203.

To Make Your Quonset, ~me or Api. Alh:acijv,! You Will Find




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, Stop b.,. and llee olir fine selection of House TralJel'8l ALSO e Carro TraUen . • Farm TraIlel'8 e Cargo Trailer Ren'-I In South Riverside'

FOR SALE: To veterans only, Owner leaving Ulwn will sellf new five room brick bungalow, automatic gas hot water heater, Longfellow diJ;lJ:.ict in neighborhood or good bomes, 01} bus line, Imtnedia t.e possession. Yes, new brick five room bl,lDgalow sounds a!Jl)osl unbeliev3Qle and at Ule price ( of" when built . You. had better act. last to be tpe OM to get this for $8,800. Dial 9605. John Nunn, Kose/i !;Iros., Rea1tors, ~'irst National Bank Building.







221 E. College



1947 GOVERNMENT JOB S! Commerce $145-$250 m 0 nth. Men-Women. JOQs wit h 0 u ~ strikes. Prepare immediately for Iowa examinations, Vets get preference. 32-pa/fe Civil Service, Book P'REE. Wdte today. Box N24, Daily Iowan.




JACKSON ELECTRIC CO ,; Elec- CO-EDS you can be more beauti!ul. Consult the Avon products Nurses are in demand-full or trical wiring, appliances and spare time. Easy to lemm ~t home radio repairing. 108 S. Dubuque. beauty expert. Dial 5700, evenings, 9-11 p.m. with Wayne phm. ~ h,igh school pial 5465. or pl;evious ~perlellce Qecessary. .,. Get free information. Way n e ARE YOU LOOKlN'G School of Practical Nursing. Box H-35, Daily Iowan. . FOR A PLACE TO LIVE

SALE: 1946 Adminil house · ~ GO trailer-Pullman style, E~cel- -----'--~----­ I WISH to inlorm (olks In Johnlent condition. C. W. Pendleton, son county and vicinity thai 1 ~ty's Trailer Camp am availabJe eVery evening to transact any bU::;iness Ipr SMULE- , FOR SALE: Rosewood Grand, KOFP"S of CEdar Rapids. Call : Sq lI~re Dlano. Dial 5.598. JOM Dee. Phone 7489, Iowa City. WANTED TO 1UTI,


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1ft will flnll IIlBn,. Items ,.OU ~ for ule bere: Davenport., rIIP. cbaln, chests of arawen, I...,., eJecLrlc plate., electric rau. Trade-In allowance on aU II.... of clothes.



HELP W ANTED: Hou~eman. fo~ ' ~ "Tt,.~ tt,ew hjl e ' ~NSA,TION fraternity. L. i v i n g quarters;j- ~'1ilili; ~~\~N.' Scie~ce ~~ available it deSlfed. Phone ~67.0. , ~Jlli, \~ apul' li ~01J), a sClent,iflc _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ __ ,discoll ry . h ~ ~e n. developed a HELP> WANUI>: Maid for fra- lqel¥, ~tt,onal. lIame that. Ij;. 31ternity house. Please phone ''1tqs~ ~~vallie. .\ I?ho~ogI:aph ' ~ecol;d of. a borse- t;ac;e WI th. a 6 6670. lwJ;li1l ~n~, ~dent;jcal to any other ' rCiliPFd. whi~ ·\IIhen. played. defies WANTED . . . SALESMEN CAP- YOU to l1i~ the winner', with. the ABLE OF EARNI~G REAL~~bpr~e r:Uf»'llIig every race, no /.1 h . I MONEY EACH WE~. L 0 cal ~ ~~ 'r!lw, l1}~~ t)mes. you 11 ay 1 t II N t.i Ily 4 ¥,!m.D.DI41Jc~ WIU\, eQ./.J:Y ~oarc;l, sa e$JTl~n 0 ~e our . <l ~pa IJJ;O~ti e~. 1;he pedec~ &arne Advertls~ Fire Extmgul~he~s, rp llif5~ f,ne (~e ev~ry ·per­ Underwnter approved. Now avall- IIPJ'h ~~ ~py and" rnat:v~ at. able afler 5-year pent up d~m<lnd'l ~~. ~~.d. ~~ lJl? ing We ship from factofY tp user. ~~. ~l4. tep:ij.oI;Y IS a,v8J,lable t to a responsible firm or individual Profi t checks weekly. L arges qn an exclusive djstribuf;orship manu~acturer. Established 1916. 'basis , Must ba financially able to Best customers are fa c t a I: i e 5, stock for immediate delivery in schools, garages, hotels, hpspltalj!, your. territory. Write, wire or phone RICHbEAN DISTRmUTchurches, stores, lumber concerns. ING COMPANY, Whqlesa1e Dislodge&, theal,ers, amusemllnt I?~r.ks, tributor~ 1701 East 9th Street, dance halls, taver,ns, resorts, c;oun-. Kansas City 6, Mo ., VIctor 4086. try estates, clubs, homes, 41rmLOANS ers, auto, busj and truck own~s, etc. . . . Thousands of prospects. Write today. for f,..~ qetaails. THE FYRI'YTER CO, DIlPt. M-l, ~­ ton I, Ohio. MISSISSIPPI FOR S~ INVE!$l'MlNT CQB.l'ORA'fiON FOR SALE: Navy heavy wlntt\r, (Ow~ed a~d Operated flying .ja cket, new, sheell skill. by Vetera[lll) lining, size 36 . Also new flying Mlcjlael D. Maher, Mgr. boots, size 9. Phone Ext. 8409. Hillcrest N-263. Come IIt- Phone - Write U. Phone 56~ FOR SALE: Car heaters, car radios, washing machine mo- . 11-21 Schneider BI". tors, Perfection oil heaters. HockEye Loan Co. Phone 4535. MODe1 • $ , $ , Mone,. POR SAJ,.E: Westinghouse "Onelo~ed on jewelry, clothllJ', Minute'! Kenmore washing, machines. areakfast set. 3 hurner calJl~as, guns. diamonds, etc. ~~IABLE LOAN gas stove with Qven. One Krohler " JEWELRY CO. davenport and chairs. Easy chairs. <Ucenud pawnbrokeR) Dish cupboards. Dishes and pic(R~1stered WatclunUer) tures for wall. People's Exchange. 110 S. Llnn St. Dial 4535.

I! Dally lowall Bu.ln_ oUice dalJjI;' ~ 6 p.m.


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Fanc), Pastry

W. _leIeD' Furniture I!II~ AU About Our


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Part)' and Decorated

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(ampus (hest \ Tops $3,000-


From Units Tomorrow With money still to be turned in from some housing units and campus SOlicitation. the campus Chest fund totaled $3,026.67 when the drive ended officially yesterday noon. General chairman Beverly Benson yesterday said solicltors will turn in the remainder of their collections tomorrow at the business office in the basement of University hall. Contributions to the drive wiU be allocated by Student council to the three main beneficiariesthe American Cancer society, the World Student Service fund and the Nile Kinnick scholarsh ip fund. Earmarked money will go to the fund for which it was contributed. Miss Benson said. Money received from large dormitories includes $503.25 from Currier; $440.39 from Quadrangle; $239.80 from Hillcrest., and $145.45 from Law Commons. South Quadrangle leads the small dorms with a contribution of $57.54, followed by Westlawn annex, $49.50; EasUawn. $45.05; Howard house, $18.50; East Lambert, $13.50, and Dean house, $5. Hawkeye village contributed $86.25 and Riverdale gave $71.20. Alpha Chi Omega donated the largest sorority contribution, $100. Other sororities that gave to the drive are Sigma Delta Tau, $70; Delta Gamma, $43; Kappa Alpha Theta, $37; Kappa Kappa Camma, $35.50; Chi Omega, $35; Zeta Tau Alpha, $33; Delta Delta Delta, $31, and Gamma Phi Beta, $27. Fraternities which have contributed to Campus Chest are Sigma Nu, $81; Phi Delta Theta, $58; Phi Epsilon Pi, $50; Theta XI , $44.25; Phi Kappa Psi, $41; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, $36; Sigma Phi Epsilon. $24.50; Beta Theta Pi, $23.50; Delta Tau Delta, $19.35, and Psi Omega, $8.37. Canterbury Club donated $37.50 to the drive. Town and campus solicitors have collected $166.02. The First Methodist church and the First Presbyterian church have each pledged $175 to be earmarked tor the WSSF. ,

Galesburg Men Fined For Drinking on Road Eight Galesburg, III., men were fined $1.50 costs by Police Judge John Knox late Friday for drinking on a public highway. The eight were: James Concannon. Howard Peterson, George McDonald, Robert Sherwood, Howard Erickson, John Onken, Harvey Luehrs and Charles Wethebee.

Collegiate Cof C Names Directors

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!'I:l!grew willI ~lo ,ai n on the Iowa blatt l.ntH thp en,) c.\ the

ONE OF 600 INTER.VIEWERS who will contact 5.500 local householders as part ot a rellrlous today Is Paul A. ClIpplnrer (left). questlonlnr Hom er D. Berven, 837 Dearborn. Berven's daughter mel a Is helping him answer Queries about his reUd ous affiliations or church preferences. The workers wlllinterview re Idents of Iowa City, UnIversity Helrhts and Coralville.


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Religious Census of Iowa City Area Rev• Teller TQ Be Conducted by C~_ urc_ he_ s T_od_ a_y__1 To Address 600 Workers to Visit 5,500 Local Homes For Affiliation Data Approximately 5,500 10 cal households will be visited today by 600 interviewers participating in a religious census to gather in[ormation on religious affiliations, or church preferences, of people living in Iowa City, University Heights and Coralville. Emil G. Trott, co-chairman ot the cen us committee, urres all Iowa Citfans to remain at home this afternoon until after a census taker has caned. Co-chairmen of the census committee are Trott and the Rev . Frederick W. Putnam. Special committee directors are Mrs. Jessie B. Gordon, tabulation; lVII's. G. W. Martin and Pauline Kelley, recruiting nnd assignment; Prof. Norman C. Meier instruction; W. T. Hageboeck, publicity; A. C. Proehl. finance, and Judge James P. Gaffney. Iver ,A. Opstad, Monsignor Patrick J . O'Reilly. Sam Saltzman and Prof. H. W. Saunders . I Each census taker has been assigned approximately ten houses. After the interviews have been

ICoe College Solves Housing Shortage By JERRY hale£)( Dally Iowan 8&a.ff Writer CEDAR RAPIDS-Coe college Is one of Iowa's smaller schools successfully handling stu den t housing. although aU students not residents of Cedar Rapids must live on campus. Enrollment at. the school is limIted to 800 students. This is 100 more than normal. About threefourths of these students are housed in campus units, although some of them are residents of Cedar Rapids. Housing facilities on the campus, according to Mami Clilyton of the office of student housing, include: two dormitories, with three annexes; a co-op for four married couples, and 13 Quonset huts converted into two apartments per building. Two dormitory annexes for women were established in 1941 and are occupied by freshman women. The third annex houses men and will be occupied after Feb. 1. The annex for men is a FPHA unit, formerly used for housing defense plant workers. The building . is partitioned into one- and two-man rooms, rather

Prof. Megrew to Teach at Ohio State *** Resignation of Prof. Allen F. Megrew from the art department statt was announced last night by Lester D. Longman, department head. MeFew. now an associate pro· fessor in the history of art, has accepted a similar po~ifion in Ohio Slate university's school of fine and applied arts at Co!umbus. O· h:c. He wit assume h.s new ciuties

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than a regular barracks type dorm. The Quonset apartments for married students are located just off the campus. Utilities are furnished by the school, and the entire unit is rented at a basic rate of $42.50 a month. This rental rate is adjusted to the income of the family, so some couples pay as little as $22.50 a month rent. The only complaint voiced by student living in the Quonset village is mail service. They say they are "lucky if the mailman can find the village, let alone deliver mail." Of the 26 couples living in the village. five have children. The last couple moved into the village about two weeks ago. All of the FPHA housing units, Quonsets and men's annex, were to have been available for occupancy for the fall term of school. Quonsets were finished at differ-I ent times through the term and occupied as soon as completed. The dormitory for men has just been completed. Miss Clayton ascribes the slowness to a labor shortage, the same diffioulty plaguing University ot Iowa housing units.

completed they will be taken to the council chamber in the City hall for final tabulation. Co-chairmen will meet early tomorrow with Mrs. Gorcjon and the actual tabulation will be started tomorrow afternoon. The final returns will not be in for two or three days. The census will be made on a house-to house basis by volunteer workers from all churches. The census takers were recruited last month by ministers 01 the various churches.. E a c 11 church contributed .. quota. of workers proportionate to Its membership. Each church particlpating in the census has given $10 In support of the survey. Remaining debts after the census is completed will be divided among the churches. This is the first time aLI major churches in Iowa City have cooperated in any such project. Single university stUdents will not be canvassed in the census because of the complete information ohtainable at the office of the registrar. However, married students will be asked for their church preferences because of the lack of such information about their families. I The sJrvey is part of a statewide census directed by the Iowa Christian Rural fellowshiP. the Rural Life department of the Iowa Inter-Church council and the sociology department of Iowa Sta te college.

Prot. Jack T. Johnson of the pOlitical science department left yesterday morning for Washington, D. C.• where he will make a report to the National Research council. A phase of II council study made by the University of Iowa, the report is concerned with a study ot personnel problems of univerSity professors caused by the influx of stUdents. Johnson is a consultant to the project being undertaken in cbnjunction with the American Councit on Education and the Social Science Research council. He will return to Iowa City Wednesday night.

Paul to Cite Bel:'lefits Here of 'Dimes' Drive

Wes Iey Forum

Dr. William D. Paul of Unlversity hospital will address four local service clubs in connection with the current March of Dimes drive in Iowa ' City, Atty. John E. Taylor, campaign chairman, announced yesterday. Dr. Paul will explain at the

The Rev. John H. Telfer, minis. ter of the Congregation'al church at Ottumwa. will be guest speaker at a Wesley foundation undergraduate forum and at the Sunday Evening Supper club today. The Rev. Mr. Telfer, who is widely known for his social welfare work and radio programs, will address the forum on "Chris-

Kiwanis of club [unctions the meeting National Tuesday, Foundation lor Infantile ParalYSis and will cite instances of benefits to Iowa and Johnson county. Members 01 the Rotary club. wiU hear Dr. Paul next Thursday. Other speeches are schedule<I for the Lions club, Jan. 29, and for the MasoniC service club J an. 31.

in the 7 p.m. in tianity the social hallArena" of theat MethodJst church. Ten-year-old Johnny Sunwill play piano selections at the candlelight hour before the forum. "We the People" will be the Rev. Mr. Telfer's topic when he addresses the supper club at 7:45 at the Wesley foundation annex. As a social wella re worker. he has advocated construction of a memorial dike in Ottumwa to protect the property of the low wage earners who Jive in sections of the city that are flooded frequently. He has also been active in trying to establish a junior college in Ottumwa because of the small percentage of high school graduates from that city who continue their education. The Rev. Mr. Telfer was formerly president of the national YMCA council and a professional director of American youth hostels. No reservations for the undergraduate supper are necessary, but those attending the supper club must have reservations.

Jack T. Johnson Attends Research Counc'll Meet

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se,'.L'.:er. Th is summer he \1. : •• ttach h,~lory <I( l\fi as a Vll!it:ng associate professor at the Univer· sity d Colora,1,•. B(lulder, Col'. .' ( Ohio Sia .e, 1.' .", f " •• \~ Ie W,II :~ach priOlad!y thc same tJ.'~ L', L'rses he is ten/'h I '\g here-medi.: loll, orienta. ,mct American aft. ? :tl\rew joLI'! 1 thE: univer SIty :· t.1~f In June, 1940, as an assis· tni [J.ofesso!·. FrJnl May, 1943, u ·.::1 January. 19-1li. Mcgrew ser· \ ,' '': ' I; the na·.';· as a gunnery ar,d I'P.'. [lJ ition oW ; ~'. li e was sta. :;ou<'(\ in tho C:.a!·;')bean, • -x~s, Florida. South America, Pearl Harbor and Guam. At Guam he was a personnel officer on the stalf commander airlorce Pacific fleet. Ailer his release from the navy, l\"egrew returned to his art deN rtment POSitiO'l here. He Will remain on the university shU un· til the end of the second semester.


Newspaper Expert To Talk to Jaycees Charles E. Swanson, San Diego newspaperman, will speak on "Market Research" at the Junior Chamber of Commerce meeting Tuesday evening. Currently serving as a graduate assistant and instructor in the school of journalism. Swanson taught 10 years at San Diego State college. He has served in both the navy and marine corps. Before coming to Iowa he was prominent in west coast newspaper and radio fields . Also soheduled for Tuesday's meeting, which wiU start at 7 p.m., are final plans for the Colden Gloves tournament in F·ebruary. Don Powell, program chairman, said tickets and advertising material will be distributed. The junior chamber's Marc'h of Dimes committee also is expected to make a report.

Seven commerce students have been elected to the board of clirectors. of tile Collegiate Chamber of .Commerce. They are Phyllis Teasdale, C3 of Wilton ; Dorothy Walter, C3 of Muscatine; Stephen Driftmier, C4 of Shenandoah; Glenn Kline, C4 of Larrabee; Robert Lothringer, C3 'o f Davenport; Ward McDowell, C3 of Flandreau. S.D., and Cl ford White, C4 of Albion. Jefinne Wheeler. C4 of Webster and Don McDowell, C3 of Davenport, w.ho represent the college of commerce on the Union board, and Len Vranicar, C4 of Joliet, Ill., president of Delta Sigma Pi, will also serve on the board. Phi Gamma Nu, professional fraternity for women in commerce, will also be represented according on the board according to Dean C. A. Phillips of the college of Commerce. The Collegiate Chamber of Commerce Was organized at an all-commerce meeting Jan. 15 in Madbride auditorium. The newly created board of directors will meet soon to form ulate plans for future activities, which may include the Commerce Mart, the Business Careers conference and an all-commerce dinner. Officers, who will constitute the executive counCil. will be chosen at the first meeting of the board of directors. '


Lyman C. White, a 1928 grad· uate of the college of liberal arts is a member of the United Nations secretariat in New York. Since last April I, he has been secretary of the economic and social council's committee in charge of lIITangements for consultations with non-governmental organiza' tions. The committee is composed of Big Five representatives and of the council president. White is a nephew of Prof. G. W. Stewart of the physics depart· ment.


Miss Katherine Smith, cha ncellor. Women ot the will be honored at a COQ1~1!1II for chapter development 10 held in Tipton today. According to Emma Oidia, ior regent of the Iowa City ter, chapters from Iowa Muscatine, Tipton and Cedar ids will take part in the ence. A class of candidates will be itiated in honor of Miss Smith today's meeting.

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